Tag Archives: spring ephemeral
It’ll still be about three weeks before they show up. Although the Berkshires and Adirondacks may see snow today, for us it’s just a Spring shower. Dicentra cucullaria-Dutchman’s Breeches
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
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
A lot of folks in the eastern part of the state have been seeing flowers already, but we are just now starting to make some progress into spring. I visited my usual early spot for wildflowers this morning and found … Continue reading
Last Friday I went to my favorite spot for Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris) which, as you might guess, is in the buttercup family. The flower…not the princess. 🙂 They are on both sides of the road, but the west side … Continue reading
It is still a bit early…at least in my usual haunt. I have seen images from our part of the world that are more advanced but it is a bit of a ride from here. This isn’t the most pristine … Continue reading
Not a lot to say about this image…so a little fun with a word of more than one meaning.