May wildflowers: Wild blue phlox (Phlox divaricata)
Common to forests and fields, wild blue phlox will readily spread to new areas. This early bloomer is an important source of nectar for early butterfly and moth species. It is sometimes confused with Dame's rocket (Hesperis matronalis), which has four petals instead of the five of phlox.
This wildflower may look familiar to you as there are many cultivars included in gardens.