I am not good with names. I recognize maybe a handful of Indiana wild flowers, but that’s it. In particular the small ones I tend to ignore. So, please take the names in this post with a grain of salt.
This one above, for instance, I believe is called Salt and Pepper (Erigenia bulbosa), and it is tiny (the petals are just 2mm long). So you see, I have been exercising my macro photography skills.
A little larger is the Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis). Its white petals are extremely delicate.
The one above was again very small, and I have no clue what it is. The last one I also don’t know. The little buds or whatever they are were maybe 2mm in diameter. Very cute.