Cornfield Flowers

Cornfield flowers, sometimes simply called cornflowers, are small meadow flowers and wildflowers that used to be common at the edges of fields where corn and other grains were grown. This group includes Bachelor Buttons, Sweet Sultan, Cornflower, certain poppies and buttercups and other similar meadow flowers.

Unlike other wildflower types, the flowers require more than a simple soil disturbance. In the garden, they require tilled soil; in nature they grow where deer, raccoons and other animals dig or paw the soil in a manner similar to tilling.

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