BluetBluets are tiny wildflowers that grow in clumps. They have four petals per flower and the petals are white to white-blue in color. The center of each flower is yellow with one protrusion sticking out. Blutes in general are Houstonia genus and I believe these are the thyme-leaved variety, or Houstonia serpyllifolia. They bloom in early May and carpet our lawn - and are found in many parts of Sutton in general.
Bluets are found all down the eastern seaboard.
This next batch is from May 2010.
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Plant Photos from Sutton Massachusetts
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