These are probably some pretty domesticated wildflowers: Sauvie Island has been cultivated for at least a hundred years. I have to say I have no idea what most of them are. But they're all a delight on a misty Sunday morning walk on the Oak Island loop. We pretty much had the place to ourselves except for a few well-behaved dogs and their people.
These little daisy-like flowers remind me of camomile, but the foliage isn't right.
An entire meadow full of them makes me want to take up painting!
Along the Oak Island walk, there's an abandoned farmhouse that's off-limits. But the remnants of its hidden garden remain to tantalize. This rambler was climbing over blackberries, I think. Or maybe it was the other way around...
Even the emerging grass seed-heads were wonderful: little soft tassels with stripes.
Grass heads, teasel and some kind of aster, I think.
These reminded me of lupine flowers, but I've never seen yellow and orange lupines.
And last, the ubiquitous Queen Anne's Lace. I don't care if it's common...it's still one of my favorite wildflowers.