Water Buttons are a native of South Africa, but naturalised in all Australian states and New Zealand. These hairless, low-growing, perennial herbs flower in Winter and Spring and grow on a range of soils from sandy loam to clay, but are restricted to wet soils that are periodically flooded according to Mr Google. They generally […]
Tried and True Native Plant Selections for the Mid-Atlantic The fragrant yellow bells of Carolina Jessamine vine are a sure sign of spring.
WILDER SIDE OF OAKLAND COUNTY JANUARY The first days of January signal a New Year of adventures along the trails, and in the parks and wildlands of Oakland County. Snowy Owls, the denizens of the Arctic tundra irrupt into Michigan most winters confirming the season of snow has arrived – even when it’s delayed. Snowy Owls […]
all possibilities gather at the water’s edge
in her heart she was a wild and feral thing
The parade of pink, white and red blooms is about to begin, drumroll please 🤗.
My first daffy of 2018.