Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Wednesday's Walk

It's a perfect day for a walk..or at least a doze in the morning sun!
Off we go.

Our native Iris tenax are going strong.

The blooms only last for a day, but are so plentiful.

The first Cow's Parsnip blossom.

Wet weather makes great mushrooms.

False Solomon's Seal

Menzies' Larkspur (Delphinium menziesii)

Camas shoots...

Camus in bloom.

Serviceberry 

Around these parts, many folks pronounce it as "Sarvisberry". There is even have a Sarvis Berry Lane out past where I live. 

A wood violet.

Nature's montage!

Wild strawberry

Our native Dogwood.

Lots of blooms this spring.

Our native Currant.

And back to my favorite - at least for this week - the Iris!

7 comments:

Vickie said...

This is such a pretty walk. We are having a dreary, wet Wednesday.

Ann at Beadlework. said...

Such a variety of blossoms Beth, your knowledge of nature is extensive.

Robin in Virginia said...

All the blooms look great. Love it!

Pondside said...

I see nearly every one of those on my walks here. I have Solomon's Seal in my garden and that was a good reminder that I want to divide it as it is taking over!

Barb said...

Those native iris are certainly pretty. I have not seen the wild ones around here. Thanks for the lovely walk!

Frances N said...

These flowers are so pretty!
Kitty looks very content in the sun!

Carol said...

Beautiful! I love the iris, too!