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David Self at 2015-07-07T19:07:35+0000 11 people like this |
elegant madia (Madia elegans) Explore dwself's photos on Flickr. dwself has uploaded 1249 photos to Flickr. Elegant Madia in the Native Garden at the Modini Stewardship Center, 226A Center ST, Healdsburg. www.egret.org - show more posts on this group
Melissa Adylia Calasanz at 2015-07-07T18:17:53+0000 12 people like this | 24 people comments
Chez Calasanz Beautiful little butterfly-barely the size of a dime! This little guy is taking a rest on the Malacothamnus fasciculatus (Bush Mallow/Island Mallow) in our front yard in Anaheim. :) I couldn't get the smile off my face once the little fella landed long enough for me to snap a couple of pics and to get thi - show more posts on this group
Leslie Lipton at 2015-07-07T20:29:01+0000 3 people like this | 4 people comments
Id help please? In a friend's driveway in Oakhurst. I thought Datura wrightii, but no blooms yet and I'm not sure. She says it's very pungent. - show more posts on this group
Melissa Adylia Calasanz at 2015-07-07T17:24:09+0000 48 people like this | 6 people comments
Chez Calasanz Asclepias fascicularis (Narrow-leaved Milkweed) with itty-bitty pollinators :D I planted this beauty in my garden at Saddleback College...it was such a treat to visit yesterday and to see everything looking great! :D My Asclepias fascicularis (Narrow-leaved Milkweed) is looking beautiful! I've got a bunc - show more posts on this group
David Popp at 2015-07-07T17:02:51+0000 12 people like this | 4 people comments
While looking for Erythranthe filicifolia along the roadside seeps with car whizzing past me, I saw Mimulus cardinalis and Mimulus guttatus among other plants. I took quick photos and took specimens for keying out later. One giant yellow flower among the other yellow mimulus stood out. I took a photo( which turned o - show more posts on this group
Maddie Gavel-Briggs at 2015-07-07T23:20:30+0000 10 people like this | 1 people comments
Poll: Americans Starting to Worry About Climate Change Now That It Affects Their Lawns - The New... “They always said that polar bears would starve to death,” one California resident said. “But they never told us our lawns would look like crap.” It is really a deep-seeded (ar ar ar) fear of natives that is gett - show more posts on this group
John Rusk at 2015-07-07T23:50:06+0000 2 people like this |
75 Anniversary Celebration: Regional Parks Botanic Garden - Aug 29, 2015 Celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the founding of our glorious garden. Birthday Cake Tours and Activities Free and Open to All More information coming soon. Thank you to the Friends of the Regional Parks Botanic Garden, docents, garden volunteer - show more posts on this group
Zeb Weese at 2015-07-07T20:22:50+0000 7 people like this |
Friends of Lily Mountain Well folks, it's official. The Estill County Conservation District closed on two additional properties this morning. The Lily Mountain Nature Preserve acreage has grown from 349 acres to 561 acres +/- !!! Thank you to all the parties involved who made this acquisition possible. A huge thank - show more posts on this group
Anthony Popplewell at 2015-07-07T21:22:21+0000 6 people like this |
Finally have some blooms on the honeysuckle. has anyone seen any of the L. sempervirens john Clayton Variety or Major Wheeler. I would love to to add them Sorry about the pic, it started to rain had to run back inside. - show more posts on this group
Jeff Nelson at 2015-07-07T21:23:22+0000 10 people like this |
Just a few natives in the yard the past couple of days. In SW McCracken Co. 1. Smooth ox-eye aka false sunflower (Heliopsis helianthoides). 2. Grey-headed coneflower (Ratibida pinnata) with some hollow Joe Pye weed (Eutrochium fistulosum) in the background. 3. Swamp rosemallow (Hibiscus moscheutos) buds. 4. Annual fl - show more posts on this group

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