I discovered this beauty while going through a book called, A Guide to Wildflowers. The best part is this image is on the public domain. It would make a beautiful sign, journal cover, jewelry, or as hanging art.
This is a slender perennial with unbranched stems. White to pale blue, spurred flowers in a narrow cluster on a finely downy stalk. Leaves are divided and lobed into narrow segments. Basal leaves often form a winter rosette type bloom which withers before the flowers open. Its resemblance to a horsemans spur. So very pretty in the wild.
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I hope you have a beautiful week and spring brings many blooms your way. I am awaiting the snow melt this week. So excited to see some green again.