Living up here in the Colorado mountains, we live for wildflower season. Wildflowers are easily the best and most beautiful part of nature, and they bring so much happiness. We’ve assembled our favorite meaningful and deep wildflower quotes for all people, whether you enjoy the simplicity of daisies, the size of sunflowers, or something more individual like an elephant head.
How would you describe wildflowers? Strong. Resilient. Beautiful. Colorful. We’ve found that these quotes put into words all those things you think about wildflowers, and hopefully some of these words will live on as inspiration in your life.
Best Deep Wildflower Quotes
“Magic exists. Who can doubt it, when there are rainbows and wildflowers, the music of the wind and the silence of the stars?” — Nora Roberts
“Wildflowers, I envy them. They’re brave. seeds cast by the wind to land where they may, they stay and hold against most hot, most cold. They persevered, roots shallow yet fierce and free. They epitomize to me all that I sometimes yearn to be.” — Julie Andrews
“Like a wildflower, she spent her days allowing herself to grow. Not many people knew of her struggle but, eventually, all knew of her light.” — Nikki Rowe
“Wildflowers adapt and bloom wherever they want. Be a wildflower.” — Aly Aubrey
“Let’s be wildflowers; let our souls be scattered by the wind. Let us grow, wild and free, tall and brave, in the places that we dream, in the places where our longings are filled. Let us grow between the cracks of brokenness, and we will make everything beautiful.” — G.C.
“May your life be like a wildflower, growing freely in the beauty and joy of each day.” — Indigenous American Proverb
“Gather courage like wildflowers.” — Jak Major
“Like wildflowers, you must allow yourself to grow in all the places people thought you never would.” — E.V.
“Love is like wildflowers; it’s often found in the most unlikely places.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
“I hope you are blessed with a heart like a wildflower. Strong enough to rise again after being trampled upon, tough enough to weather the worst of summer storms, and able to grow and flourish even in the most broken places.” — Nikita Gill
“Even the tiniest of flowers can have the toughest roots.” — Shannon M. Mullen, See What Flowers
“You belong among the wildflowers. You belong in a boat out at sea. You belong with your love on your arm. You belong somewhere you feel free.” — Tom Petty
“Beautiful wildflower… be free and reach for the sun, live in all your colors and grow so untamed.” — Butterflies Rising
“Being preoccupied with our self-image is like being deaf and blind. It’s like standing in the middle of a vast field of wildflowers with a black hood over our heads.” – Pema Chodron.
“There is poetry among the wildflowers.” — Rachel Irene Stevenson
“Wildflowers aren’t meant to be cut and tamed. They’re meant to be loved and admired.” — Anthony T. Hincks
“Wildflowers are the loveliest of all because they grow in uncultivated soil, in those hard, rugged places where no one expects them to flourish.” — Micheline Ryckman
“One person’s weed is another person’s wildflower.” — Susan Wittig Albert
“Flowers don’t worry about how they’re going to bloom. They just open up and turn toward the light and that makes them beautiful.” – Jim Carrey.
“To see a world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wildflower.” — William Blake
“In another time’s forgotten space, your eyes looked through your mother’s face, wildflower seed on the sand and stone, may the four winds blow you safely home.” — Robert Hunter
“If we could see the miracle of a single flower, clearly our whole life would change.”– Gautama Buddha.
“No matter what conditions look like around you, keep on believing, keep on persisting, keep on going, keep on growing. Just like wildflowers grow wherever they choose, no matter the conditions, be and be becoming all that you were created to be and become.” — Sandra C. Bibb
“She thought the dandelions could tell her secrets that the wind whispered and that no rose was quite as beautiful as a field full of wildflowers — because, of course, she was one herself — a wildflower, that is. Blooming beautifully in the most unexpected places.” — B. Diaz
“Wildflowers are the stuff of my heart!” — Lady Bird Johnson
“I’m going to give you a handful of wildflowers so each petal that falls will remind you that the earth breathes, and the moon rises.” — Carolyn Riker
“To be thrilled by the stars at night; to be elated over a bird’s nest or a wildflower in spring — these are some of the rewards of the simple life.” — John Burroughs
“Here’s the thing about wildflowers: They take root wherever they are, grow strong through the wind, rain, pain, sunshine, blue skies, and starless nights. They dance, even when it seems there is nothing worth dancing for. They bloom, with or without you.” — Alisha Christensen, Still Growing Widlflowers
“Let me drink from the waters where the mountain streams flood; let the smell of wildflowers flow free through my blood; let me sleep in your meadows with the green grassy leaves.” — Bob Dylan, “Let Me Die in My Footsteps”
“Dear outsiders, even the most beautiful of wildflowers are considered weeds in the wrong gardens — what another thinks of you does not dictate your value.” — Beau Taplin
“My friendship, it is not in my power to give… a sound and healthy friendship is the growth of time and circumstance, it will spring up and thrive like a wildflower when these favor, and when they do not, it is in vain to look for it.” — William Wordsworth
“My twenties were about exploring love and being a wildflower and trying to figure everything out. Now I’m not comfortable being that happy wildflower anymore, but I still don’t feel like a woman.” — Drew Barrymore
“There are as many ways of loving as there are people, and that wildflower variety is the great beauty of this dimension of existence.” — Rumi
About the Author
Ashley is an adventurous soul who loves all things nature, especially warm sunshine, hiking, wildflowers, and mushrooms. If she isn’t writing content for Know Nothing Nomads, she’s probably in a forest looking at big mountain views and tiny pieces of moss on the side of the trail.