Tuesday, March 23, 2010


Also hepatica are blooming on the same hillside where I found snow trillium blooming. I figure spring beauty is out there too but did not have time today to look. Sometimes my science writing takes time from the more exciting adventures, but since it mostly pays for the adventures, I better keep doing it.


Blogger Pamela said...

Hello! This weekend I photographed a lovely early spring wildflower in a wooded area near Cascade, Iowa. I was Googling web sites to try to identify it and finally stumbled across your very helpful photos. It is hepatica. Thank you!!

12:08 PM  
Blogger Carol said...

Pamela, I am glad to help. Too bad I didn't have a picture here to help on THIS posting. But I guess you found one somewhere. I have been so busy this past week and a half that my photography has had to take a back seat to the rest of my life. It is ok and I will be back in the woods this week and back to posting pictures too!
Thanks for your kind words.

1:31 PM  
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