Tag Archives: native wildflowers
With Spring ephemeral season approaching, I’ve been reviewing my flora archives and thought this opening Bloodroot would convert well. Like most of us, I have just about had my fill of Winter. Although not my favorite season, it has afforded … Continue reading
The white water lily flower exhibited a bit of surface tension at the end of one petal. Here is a water lily pad that is giving two great examples of that phenomenon. I found two pads like this with the … Continue reading
The puzzle is the wide expanse of what makes up our world. Sometimes larger than life in our limited human experience and sometimes much smaller than our imagination can conjure. In between can be found many levels for observation as … Continue reading
Yesterday brought us some much needed rain. Not a lot, but anything is appreciated and we did get intermittent showers. I had thought about going to Hawley Bog as mentioned yesterday but the threat of rain made me think of … Continue reading
We’ve needed rain and got a little this morning while I was at Hawley Bog. Very little. But that didn’t stop me from getting soaked. The bushes and tall grass were leaning over the boardwalk and heavy with the mist/drizzle … Continue reading
Smaller Forget-me-not (Mysotis laxa), is one of seven species of Mysotis found in New England, only two of which are native.