To everything there is a season, as the song goes. That includes your garden, its plants, and its colors. While it may not stay lush and green during winter, it still can have all of its charm and appeal. Far from going on a total hibernation during the winter months, there is no reason why your garden can’t continue to be beautiful even as the earthy browns and icy whites set in. One way to dress your yard in the colors of winter is to foster some of these ten native wildflowers. While summer is the flowering season, winter is the time of the seedpod. They come in all shapes and sizes as well as in varying earth tones, and each one has its own particular beautiful quality.