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What’s in a name? Ask dogtooth and bloodroot. Together they kind of sound like the beginning of a Shakespearean curse or insult, no? And yet, they’re such beautiful ephemeral spring wildflowers!

Ask dogtooth and bloodroot. Together they kind of sound like the beginning of a Shakespearean curse or insult, no? And yet, they’re such beautiful ephemeral spring wildflowers!

Aquilegia vulgaris 'Rose Barlow' - Akeleje

Nyheder april 2018

Wildflowers of Iowa Woodlands by Sylvan Runkel and Alvin Bull

Wildflowers of Iowa Woodlands by Sylvan Runkel and Alvin Bull

Middle Tennessee Wildflowers | Cardamine concatenata ~ Cutleaf Toothwort

Cardamine concatenata ~ Cutleaf Toothwort Cutleaf Toothwort was the first wildflower to introduce itself to me at Clay and Limestone .

"What’s in a name? Ask dogtooth and bloodroot. Together they kind of sound like the beginning of a Shakespearean curse or insult, no? And yet, they’re such beautiful ephemeral spring wildflowers!" Dogtooth-violet via @New York Botanical Garden

Ask dogtooth and bloodroot. Together they kind of sound like the beginning of a Shakespearean curse or insult, no? And yet, they’re such beautiful ephemeral spring wildflowers!" Dogtooth-violet via Renquist Pillai York Botanical Garden

Claytonia virginica

Edible Flowers: Part Eighteen - Eat The Weeds and other things, too

wildly simple: Bloodroot

Beau & I were out doing our daily field study on native wildflowers today. I absolutely love the bloodroot blooms.

Photographing The Beautiful Iowa Woodland Wildflowers

Photographing The Beautiful Iowa Woodland Wildflowers - Nature Matters

Claytonia virginica - Spring Beauty.   the earliest of the early, ephemeral Spring wildflowers. Claytonia virginica is native to over half of the US and to several provinces in Canada - http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=CLVI3 . Its one of our most beloved harbingers of Spring with its dark green, supple, almost succulent foliage and five petaled white flowers with soft pink veining.

Spring beauties are one of our most beloved harbingers of spring with its dark green, supple, almost succulent foliage and five petaled white flowers with soft pink veining.

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This spring, I was able to photograph two wildflowers – Dutchman’s Breeches (Dicentra Cucullaria) and Squirrel Corn (Dicentra Canadensis) – that are closely related to the Bleedin…

Spring is time for Pure Michigan Blossoms - Promote Michigan

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