In order to make close acquaintance with these Dutchmen’s Breeches, I had to get down to their level.
A honeybee works a stand of New England Asters.
This aster?, species unknown, added cheerful colour to my walk through some tall brush.
Goldenrod, aglow in brilliant morning sunlight.
A honeybee at work, gathering pollen and nectar from a birdsfoot trefoil in a bed outside an entrance to my workplace.
This flower greets me every morning at work. It inhabits a bed of wildflowers next to one entrance and I made an executive decision when the lawn care team arrived, instructing them to leave the bed untouched. (A co-worker uncharitably calls them weeds.)
This brilliant spiderwort happily lives in our yard adjacent to a tree stump.
This spread of dogtooth violet is proof positive that spring has arrived! Hooray!
This Purple Coneflower stands out from the background.
Back on Thursday – possibly. An event has my full attention. We will see how my time goes that evening.