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John Oliver at 2016-02-09T00:48:26+0000 22 people like this | 1 people comments
Some of the WGNSS Botany group ignoring the weather to explore the base of some St. Peters sandstone bluffs near the KATY Trail at Klondike Park. (Today the park seemed aptly named...) - show more posts on this group
David L MO at 2016-02-09T05:17:33+0000 5 people like this |
Grants offered for Monarch habitat gardens | Native Plant Society of Texas Small financial awards are available to public sites including schools, nature centers, and other organizations for native plants to create “Monarch Waystations” Interesting. Wonder what they did to get U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service & Monar - show more posts on this group
Dan Henehan at 2016-02-09T15:40:27+0000 2 people like this | 2 people comments
Photos from Dan Henehan's post The closest thing to this I can find on Missouriplants.com is Boehmeria cylindrica aka Small Spike False Nettle. Any thoughts? Seen on 9-5-15 in Clinton Mo. - show more posts on this group
John Oliver at 2016-02-09T02:34:03+0000 25 people like this | 12 people comments
Following a trail marked "Scenic View," we arrived at this. Apparently the scenic view was either Acer negundo (box elder) trees or the Labadie Power Plant... - show more posts on this group
John Oliver at 2016-02-09T21:13:23+0000 2 people like this |
Slide area that briefly closed the KATY Trail in Klondike Park, St. Charles County. - show more posts on this group
John Oliver at 2016-02-09T21:18:03+0000 13 people like this | 1 people comments
The KATY Trail is an old railroad bed through the Missouri River corridor regularly subject to flooding. It's not surprising there are many introduced plants here, nor that they are often the only ones that are green and growing during the winter months. Here are some we spotted on Monday. - show more posts on this group
James C. Trager at 2016-02-09T22:55:49+0000 19 people like this | 1 people comments
Phylogenetic tree view Here we will present the food tree of life using phylogenetic trees . This section is meant to be complementary to the outline view of the food plant tree of life, which contains more plant taxonom... OK plant nerds, enjoy! - show more posts on this group
Dan Henehan at 2016-02-09T00:46:33+0000 3 people like this | 32 people comments
Photos from Dan Henehan's post I am thinking this is Smilax rotundifolia - Round-leaved Catbrier. Would like a second or a correction, thanks. - show more posts on this group
Kyle McIntyre at 2016-02-09T22:34:04+0000 14 people like this | 3 people comments
Photos from Kyle McIntyre's post My orchids bloom for me every year. Outside for the summer inside for the winters. We seem to get along well together. Thank you orchids! Enjoy! - show more posts on this group
Davin Owen at 2016-02-09T22:10:49+0000 25 people like this | 1 people comments
Euryale Ferox. An interesting waterlily relative that I hadn't encountered before. - show more posts on this group

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