Hesperis matronalis is a flowering plant native to Eurasia, with several varieties located in Greece and Turkey. Imagine my surprise when I looked up this wildflower I discovered on a photo jaunt in Eastern Kansas. It seems that they now reside, scattered, throughout the Midwest, having been included in many gardens in the area and expanded in this rich agricultural region. The biannual flower is also known as "dame's rocket" and, per Wikipedia, its scent "becomes more conspicuous towards evening."
I love to photograph wildflowers but this was more delightful find than most.
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.