Most of our wildflowers will be gone in the heat pretty soon. Yellow is the predominant color, but in the mornings in a shady corner of the yard we have some quiet blue dayflowers still blooming.
Dayflower, sometimes called widow's tears. A Commelina species.
Gaillardias are much less subdued, and much more abundant. Sometimes called firewheels.
This is an evening primrose, an Oenothera species
Afterthought: Here's a wood-sorrel growing under a runaway lady banksia rosebush. Wood sorrels belong to the genus Oxalis. I don't know which species this is.
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