There are wide varieties of New York wild flowers. Trout lily, wild daffodil, common dandelion, yellow hawkweed, common blue violet, sweet white violet, ground ivy, garlic mustard, greater celandine, agave, alder, and periwinkle are a few of the most common wild flowers.
New York wildflowers are seasonal in nature. The Spring wildflowers are those that bloom from late April through early June, the Summer wildflowers are those that bloom from late June through August, the Fall wildflowers are generally those that bloom in September through November, and the Winter wildflowers are those that bloom December into January, or March through early April. One is gifted to see these wild flowers from early spring to late fall, in a multitude of colors, sizes, and shapes. New York City is blessed to have these flowers in abundance.