Tag Archives: Spring wildflowers

04.19.2021 Blood-root

It’s always been Bloodroot to me, but when I checked out GoBotany it didn’t show up…these computers are so picky. So I searched the latin name…Sanguinaria canadensis, and discovered it now has a hyphen.  There is a plant they list … Continue reading

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04.18.2021 A nice Sunday find

I wasn’t expecting to find any open Red Columbine-Aquilegia canadensis blooms quite yet and most all that I saw were tight buds.  But while photographing something else I noticed these tucked into a corner. Only the one was fully open … Continue reading

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12.26.2011 Bloodroot Medley

I love Bloodroot.  It’s amongst the first Spring wildflowers and is a real pick-me-up after a long winter.  The ground is still covered with dried brown leaves and there is mud everywhere.  There are a couple of others, but the … Continue reading

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