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A Springtime Walk in the Woods

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Just because I don’t know your name,
doesn’t mean that you are not loved and appreciated any less.
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I find this one in the same vicinity every year.
There were a number of baby plants nearby.
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Large swaths of Buttercups are in the grass.
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The small moth stayed in this flower for quite awhile.
I have seen blankets of these flowers
under the native oak trees.
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A small spray of teeny-tiny flowers.
Had not noticed these before now.
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Close-up of another very small flower.
It is barely noticeable while walking by.
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Ubiquitous lawn daisy.
Really pretty in the meadows.

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Author: susanpots

potter, gardener of flowers and vegies

6 thoughts on “A Springtime Walk in the Woods

  1. When I post my pics of birds or flowers over on FB, people used to ask me, what sort of species is that? I haven’t a clue, really, since I’m just out walking for exercise and bringing the camera along to make the walking more interesting.

  2. Wild flowers are always a challenge that I want to be able to answer. The white ones have such a distinctive shape…it seems I should be able to find something in one of my three books. The tall blue with the lance shaped leaves..wish the blooms were turned toward the camera. But I think the tiny blue ones are Baby Blue Eyes.

  3. I think the little purple/blue ones are Veronica persica.

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