Tag Archives: New England 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
Smaller Forget-me-not (Mysotis laxa), is one of seven species of Mysotis found in New England, only two of which are native.
While hiking along Dean Brook yesterday, I found my first favorite of the year. I had looked in what is a usually reliable spot and found none. This was a nice surprise. I am sure the reliable location is just a … Continue reading
Now, back to our regular programming (the Canon 180 macro lens). When I walked in the woods Sunday, the first flower I saw was Sessile-leaved Bellwort- Uvularia sessilifolia aka Wild Oats. Actually there were hundreds of them all over the … Continue reading
Some of you may remember that I purchased the Venus Optics Laowa 15mm macro lens last year for flower photography but didn’t get to use it for that purpose much before the end of the flower season. Yesterday I was … Continue reading
I remember finding this Round-leaved Yellow Violet (Viola rotundifolia) while photographing yellow trout lilies, aka dogtooth violets, in a local ditch. Doesn’t seem that long ago, but it turns out to be 7 years. Times does pass quickly. Yesterday was our … Continue reading