Two days in a row now I have set out with a specific goal in mind. I try not to do that too often as being open to what presents itself can lead to some nice surprises. But Spring flowers have such a short window for blooming that I try not to miss them. Such was the case this morning with Yellow Stargrass.
The first time I found this plant at Quabbin Park it was almost in the middle of the trail. I am not sure which has moved but the flower is now on the edge of the trail surrounded by a lot of other plants making the background a little troublesome. It is a lovely flower with a very rich saturated yellow and I caught it in its first bloom. There are several more buds yet to pop but I am not sure whether I will get back there to get it with a few open. It’s a member of the Lily family.I hope you don’t mind all the yellow recently. I’ll try for a little variety tomorrow. 🙂