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Kevin Campbell 6m
Eastern prickly pear bloom in the nursery . Notice the ever so slight pink edge on the bloom
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Julie Gomez Apr 29
where the woods end and concrete begins pink trumpets bloom
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Erik Runquist May 12
The world’s a mess. Happily, there are opportunities for relief if we slow down to look. Inches from my 3 yr old’s feet & not caring when she goes to grab her bike: a new queen common eastern foraging on prairie smoke in our driveway pocket prairie.
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JoVonn Hill May 10
How to quickly de-fluff milkweed seeds. Always use caution around fire.
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Linda H🌹 May 8
Oregon Coral Root native Orchid in bloom. So lucky to have them grow in the woods near me.
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Kevin Campbell May 1
Our pink Spiderwort blooming well today
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USWildflowers.com May 17
: Pink Ladyslipper More information and photos at this link:
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The Xerces Society Apr 30
"Native plants are more attractive to local pollinators than imported or hybridized plants because they have co-evolved and their lifecycles are in sync." 5 simple tips for starting a pollinator garden:
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Lars Brudvig May 24
What are flowering in your yard? Here we have: kidneyleaf buttercup (Ranunculus abortivus) mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum) wild geranium (Geranium maculatum)
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Laura Hollister Feb 28
It begins..... The great yard bloom of 2020.
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Cindy Crosby May 12
It's Tuesday! Let's go for a (virtual) on the together and discover "May on the Prairie" via
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Julie Gomez Mar 19
between the ferns the first trillium opens waiting for bees
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C. Ray Chandler May 24
Progress on establishing native vegetation in my yard. Good germination from new seed this year, plus some bonus plants mixed in with it. Yucca filamentosa about to bloom out of frame. Mature wiregrass burned in April.
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NationalSeedStrategy May 8
Since 2011, on avg 48 populations collected for burn each year. This means that SOS seed is sometimes the only surviving sample from these locations. SOS is critical for conserving for future restoration.
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SERV Program May 23
photo: Our dedicated volunteers planting shoreline vegetation at Oxford Pond (also known as English Estates Pond), in , .
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Matt Eyles May 1
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Benjamin Vogt 5h
Before and after of a killed lawn turned into a sedge meadow. Exactly 1 year apart.
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Costa Georgiadis Apr 23
Native plant lovers alert. ⁦⁩ goes behind the scenes at Kings Park Botanic Gardens to see the native plant breeding program they are working on. #
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Erik Runquist Apr 25
A welcome sight. My first 2020 bumble bee, a queen two-spotted bumble bee. After hibernating all winter, new queens depend on early spring flowers like this prairie smoke in our garden for their first meals to build their new colony which currently have no workers.
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The Radacast - the scientific foraging podcast May 20
Replying to @RadacastPodcast
A new episode of The Radacast (the scientific forager) is out, wherever you find podcasts. Photo by Paul Slitcher.
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