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happyheidi · a day ago
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archive mb for the lovely @etherea1ity ♡
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fleur-aesthetic · a day ago
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instagram | thelittlebanana
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silvaris · a day ago
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Carpathian Rhododendron at the time of flowering. by Віталій Ра
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havekat · 2 days ago
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Statice Report
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2022, 11"x 14"
Purple Statice, Limonium sinuatum
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andallshallbewell · 18 hours ago
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burningmine · a day ago
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Bullion Basin, July 2020
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opossums-in-a-trenchcoat · 2 days ago
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I made flower tea yesterday for the first time! I used dandelions, violets and lilacs. The water turned green!
The book is called The Kitchen Witch by Soraya btw :)
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summerwages · 2 days ago
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Chasing the grey away..wild iris..
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elpapadeluna · a day ago
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Dandelions
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lewerta · 19 hours ago
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Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.
Photo by Nir Soulwax
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happyheidi · 13 hours ago
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Spring 🍃☀️ x
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Treehouse Gardens
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adventurealldays · a day ago
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Rendija Canyon, Los Alamos, NM
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vandaliatraveler · a day ago
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It was such a glorious Saturday morning, I couldn’t pass up a bike ride on the Mon River Trail. It’s hard to believe the spring ephemerals are mostly gone now that the canopy has closed in, but Mother Nature doesn’t doddle. As compensation, she has given us stunning new greens and a carpet of lush ferns.
From top: black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), a Central Appalachian endemic that has been widely cultivated outside of its native range and is now naturalized in many other parts of North America and Europe; American bladdernut (Staphylea trifolia), a large, suckering shrub that forms the most amazing fruit, encased in a three-chambered bladder; Virginia spiderwort (Tradescantia virginiana), which despite its unappealing name is an absolutely gorgeous, spring-blooming dayflower; lyreleaf sage (Salvia lyrata L.). a highly appealing spring-blooming mint with incredibly showy foliage; Philadelphia fleabane (Erigeron philadelphicus), distinguished from other spring asters by it clasping leaves; Virginia waterleaf (Hydrophyllum virginianum), an edible green sometimes referred to as Shawnee salad; and Canada violet (Viola canadensis), one of the last and most stately violets to bloom in this area.
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havekat · a day ago
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Perfume
Watercolor on Black Paper
2021, 9"x 12"
Lavender
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andallshallbewell · 18 hours ago
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janewilsonrva · 18 hours ago
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In Nature's Garden
Richmond, Virginia (USA)
Photo from April 23, 2022.
A non-native plant, Garden Star-of-Bethlehem can be found in moist environments across most parts of the eastern U.S., particularly near streams. Though considered invasive, it's a cheerful sight in Spring.
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picturetakingguy · 18 hours ago
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nature is cool
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summerwages · 18 hours ago
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Wild blue lupine..
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falkienkhorst · a day ago
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