01 May 2011


ephemerals are spring plants that quickly sprout up, bloom, produce seeds, then go dormant again for the rest of the year. they take advantage of the spring moisture and the sunlight that floods the woods before the trees leaf out. dog toothed violets, trout lily, this is bloodroot that i planted years and years ago. every spring i check it and can't find it. i must just miss it. because here it is, right where i placed it so many years ago. 


Star said...

Lovely little delicate flower, thank you.

Lynne said...


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