Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Such treasures. The wood hyacinth must be our bluebell, by the look of it. I've never seen a yellow violet, in fact that is a bit of a funny name!
Halberd leaf yellow violet- a halberd is a battle axe. There are other yellow violets whose leaves have different shapes.
Such a riot of colors spring gives us to wallow in...while working or not.
Thank you for the photos! The plant life here is very like yours, and I learn so much from you. Love that the buckeyes are the first to put on those green baby leaves. Even if they shed first in the late summer.
Beautiful stroll and I feel like I get to share it with you, since I can't be there for myself.
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