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Triodanis perfoliata hiding amongst the clover and chickweed, Oxalis crassipes ‘Rosea’ aka Oxalis Cottage Pink Wood Sorrel, Beyonce hiding amidst the grass, and a new crop of moss

I have spotted these tiny purple star-shaped flowers throughout the yard.  They are a member of the angiosperms family of woody and non-woody forms of plants.  Considered the most diverse of all plants, they reproduce via flowers and seeds contained … Continue reading

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Cornus drummondii: Rough-leaved dogwood

Cornus drummondi is a large shrub or small tree with a fast growth rate. I know this personally from experience because just as I thought this tree was gone forever, it burst up from the alleged dead stump almost overnight. … Continue reading

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The ARK: My hillside ecosystem

ARK = Acts of Restorative Kindness. I am relatively certain many might look at this photograph and wonder “Why did she post a picture of a bunch of weeds?”  Truth be told, as a child of relatively pragmatic folks growing … Continue reading

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Hope in a Hawthorn Tree

I do not want to get too airy-fairy here (although I am going to talk about fairies shortly), but things seem to be getting a little too ‘coincidental’ on the hillside.  I am thinking the universe is talking to me.This … Continue reading

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