blue Hepatica

loveandaquestion: outdoormagic: Hepatica by andrea cogrossi So beautiful! Ahh it’s my favorite color!

These orchids look a lot like "Lady Slippers," but are actually called "Fairy Slippers"

Calypso Orchids by Joe Fierst on Capture Minnesota // Also known as the Fairy Slipper orchid - this wild orchid is tiny, easily overlooked.

native american proverb

EQ- Best Quote by Native American Proverb: May your life be like a wildflower, grow

Black-Eyed Susan-If summer heat makes your garden fade, add this versatile plant. Hot temperatures bring out the best in this summer border and container favorite.    Plant Name: Rudbeckia fulgida    Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil    Size: To 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide    Grow it with: Black-eyed Susans make for a great addition to a casual garden bed, as do the summer blooms of accenting phlox.    Zones: 4-9

No-Fail Perennials for the South

Black-Eyed Susan-If summer heat makes your garden fade, add this versatile plant. Hot temperatures bring out the best in this summer border and container favorite.Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide

Pink Indian Pipe (Monotropa Uniflora)

monotropa uniflora, green river narrows, green river game lands, polk county, north carolina - You can also see these on the trail from Clingmans' Dome to Andrews Bald.

Wake-Robin Trillium erectum (purple trillium)

This is so elegant and the color is gorgeous! ~~Wake-Robin Trillium erectum (purple trillium) by Cindy Dyer~~ Looks like chocolate flowers!

Jack in the Pulpit by  Ross Blakey  "Jack in the pupit, preached in the woods, taught all the flowers how to be good.  Columbine, lily, rose and the rest, all came to hear him, dressed in their best."

Jack in the Pulpit by Ross Blakey. These were a protected plant 50 years ago when I was a child and I knew not to pick them in the woods near my house.

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