Purple fringed orchid. Look for this orchid in wet areas, sometimes it’s easy to find in roadside ditches.
This striking orange flower, that can be seen in a variety of different habitats, is called Hawkweed.
And this diminutive flower was my favorite find of the day, it is called Pipsissewa. Pipsissewa is a Cree name meaning “it breaks into small pieces”. Some of the other names this plant goes by are: prince’s pine, ground holly, love-in-winter, bitter wintergreen, pine tulip. It’s called gagigebug in Ojibwa and that translates to “everlasting leaf”.
Here is a close-up of this pretty little flower.