Category Archives: Wildflowers

A few summer flowers

In July, some from the garden, some from the roadside: Tall Phlox, Cornflower, Black-Eyed Susan, Mimosa, Queen Anne’s Lace, Rose of Sharon, Smooth Sumac

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Bluets

We’ve been calling these bluets, common both at Harwill and Export from early April this year. But is that the right name? These were in Dad’s corn field.

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New on the forest floor

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Honeysuckle

In bloom June 1st, wild on our rusty wire fence. Looks to me like the Honeysuckle Lonicera japonica shown on Wikipedia, where it is said to be an invasive species, a noxious weed in Texas, Illinois, and Virginia, and banned … Continue reading

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Bluets?

Didn’t Wena call them bluets? We’ll have blankets of these soon, mostly in shady places on the lawn, but this is the first patch so far. Sometimes in the past I’ve been moved to mow around them. These are under … Continue reading

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