The state flower of New Jersey, Common Blue Violets adorn our yards in early spring, providing an important food source for emerging bees.

Pink, heart-shaped flowers dangle on outstretched stems, anchored within a rosette of deeply-cut, fern-like, silver-green leaves.

Loosely clustered light blue, bell-shaped, 5-petaled flowers bloom in mid to late spring above a mound of textured green leaves.

Pussy Willow has attractive early spring blooming “furry” flowers resembling a tiny cat’s paw.

One of the first plants to bloom in the spring, Cutleaf Toothwort showcases multiple 4-petaled white-to-pale-pink flowers atop its fleshy branches on this attractive herbaceous perennial.

This spring ephemeral blooms in March and April providing early nectar for waking bees.

Multiple delicate, pale yellow bell-shaped flowers hang from slender stems of this woodland plant in late spring.

Petite yet stately, this spring wildflower will make an excellent addition to your woodland garden.

Yellow umbels of flowers bloom in late spring, providing a welcome source of nectar for bees and other pollinators. 

This unique perennial has only two leaves and one flower, that blooms in late spring.