Spring Wildflowers Around the Farm

Some Spring snapshots from the last few years around the farm…

Around the yard and in the woods

house with geese on pond

bluebird on birch house

creek bluff shelter

creek branch, spring

creek

bluebird hole in post

bluets

Brush Creek

Lots of bumbles and bees on the blueberry blooms

bumble flying, blueberry

bumble on blueberry bloom, big

honeybee on blueberry bloom

dogwood & blueberries blooming

canada goose boy, flag

  This clematis has been here for decades

clematis and bridal wreath

clematis vertical after rain

cora bells? creek bank below cabin

creek dripping

dogwood faces

dogwood, closeup blue skies

dogwood, full

dogwoods, wildflower bed

fiddleheads

  Hoping to find some of these this year – it’s time!

giant morel on creek bank

giant toadshades by creek

giant trilliums

Our front yard

iris, dogwood blooming

mayapple blooming

mayapples

mushroom hiding

narcissus after rain

narcissus in creek bottom

Perfoliate Bellwort

phlox

purple violets

rock in spring beauties

rue anemone

spring beauties

toadshade trillium, tall!

trillium and cut-leaved toothwort

turkey hen on the fly

virginia bluebells or rabbit tobacco?

Wood duck male on log

two-tone purple iris after rain

Bart & Lou closeup fighting, iris

Bart & Lou wrestling, vert

BArt & Lou, lou on back 1

Bart & Lou, lou on back 2 clsu

Bart on back, iris

Bart sitting by iris

Bart, iris, narcissus

bloodroot

Blueberry babies:blooms

clematis & iris, vert

clematis, iris, bridal wreath, mailbox

clematis, white, grandmothers

Fire pink & yellow trillium

goose daddy on bank

goose in barrel

Iris & snowdrop

Lou, dogwood vert

Lou,iris & dogwood, hor

tulips, red and white

viola faces

white wildflower

Dogwood and viburnum

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