I found some natives & weeds still blooming!!
A note from the Prairie Wildflowers of Illinois website:
Comments: This plant can easily be identified because of the nodding habit of the flowers. The nodding umbels of flowers are an evolutionary adaptation that tends to restrict insect visitors to bees. Other insects are more reluctant to hang upside down while attempting to feed on the nectar. The nodding habit also protects the nectar from rain.
Thanks for visiting & keep on planting!
© Ilex Farrell ~ Midwestern Plant Girl