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Tag Archives: a closer look
Scoured by wind and emptied of color, plant structures emerge from beneath the yoke of summer. … Continue reading
A shiny Cup flower seed head bends down to chat to a hosta. A Maidenhair fern frond whispers of dark mysteries on the forest floor. An Evergreen springs upward, each pale needle tip arcing to catch the sun. Yellow-green blades … Continue reading
Thalictrum are one of the delights of the late summer garden. Thalictrum literally means, to flourish, and long ago babies were placed on pillows filled with this lovely plant to ensure their survival. My plants keep seeding themselves thither and … Continue reading
Behold, the lily.