Lovely, cousin! I see all kinds of wildflowers around the ranch, but can only identify a small portion. Lucky you to have a botanist along to tell you what all these plants are!The wild roses have started blooming here and smell fabulous!
Thank you, Cousin. I am so grateful to have a botanist at my side. Oh, the plants I've eaten...Roses in bloom says Alberta to me.
How lovely those both are. Those must have been elephant heads I saw on the way out of the park on Sunday. I hate relying on someone else to drive, I don't want to push the patience asking to stop too often, or to take too long to explore or snap photos.
It probably was, Reb. Elephant's Head grows everywhere. You need a driver who likes to take pics as much as you do.
I love this time of the year, Leah! I haven't seen either one of those flowers, but love to see the crocuses when spring arrives, then the tiger lilies in back of our place all summer.
Lovely place, you live.
I love the crocuses too, and the Tiger Lilies, Red Bush.Yes, I do, Lover of Life.
It's a treat to see what you have in store for us on your blog. Always lovely photos.. words and sentiments.
Hilary, thank you so much.
I have seen many Butterworts, but never an Elephants Head; though I may have and not known what it was. I'm more familiar with the prairie crocuses.
I love the crocuses, Barbara. They're one of the few plants I could identify on my own. I never knew elephants head until Mike told me what it was, but I'm pretty sure I saw it many times.
full color riot.you truly are a writer.
Carla, that's a fine compliment. Thank you.
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