Tag Archives: native wildflower
Ladies’ Tresses, in this case Nodding, are fairly small and you might not take them for an orchid on first notice. A closer look makes it more evident. Earlier this month, while I was visiting the site where I find … Continue reading
Probably my last gentian image for the year, although I have yet to photograph a bottle/closed gentian.
The fog wasn’t quite as thick as advertised but still enough for some ambiance. These showy goldenrods are not as large a patch as it appears, but I got close to them and the wide angle gives a much larger … Continue reading
I had a bit of a conflict on Sunday afternoon. Mary Beth and I both enjoy watching football (American) and especially the Patriots. But Sunday afternoon saw bright overcast skies with occasional outbreaks of sunlight. Gentians require midday sunlight to … Continue reading
Hard to believe it’s that time of year already. Not quite foliage time but I have seen changes starting, especially on some maples, already and this morning we actually have a chill in the air. I could see my breath … Continue reading
Here is another carnivorous plant albeit a fairly small one. These are the little yellow flowers you see extended above shallow waters on the edges of ponds. They have little trapdoors that can snap shut faster than the speed of … Continue reading
Painted Trillium, that is. 🙂