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Have you ever seen a mayapple blossom? They are shy, and hide about halfway down the stem of the plant, their faces turned away from prying eyes. Mayapples grow in colonies from a single root system. That’s why you will … Continue reading
When viewed from a distance, while taking a walk, the blue-eyed grass does not look all that different from the rue anemones scattered all around — just a slightly bluer tinge to the petals. But when we move in closer, … Continue reading
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[This short piece was first published in the fall of 2013 on a site that has since closed.] Fall is very nearly upon us. I can tell, because the dogwood tree is fruiting. The little red berry-like objects are really … Continue reading