T. xerographica inflorescence. These bloom spikes last for months, and go through color changes over time. This one is bright green, and beginning the transition to yellow and bright pink. The flowers will be violet. 🌵link in bio🌵
Thinking back on warm summer days in Idaho as I drive closer and closer to chilly Chicago. I'm sure it's chilly in Idaho too, but at least you westerners can count on seeing the lupine again when spring comes around!
Echinacea purpurea - Purple Coneflower
Part of the Heliantheae (Sunflower) tribe with Rudbeckia within Asteraceae. These flowers are economically important as landscaping and pharmaceutical research (immune support). This photo was taken in Pine Mountain, GA in June 2012.
Life is filled with weeds and wildflowers. Sometimes the weeds can appear to be so beautiful that you don't notice them taking over. You get used to looking at their flowers and you overlook their poison. You forget that they can hurt you or even kill you. You forget that they are parasites that take away nutrients and space from surrounding plants that are trying to bloom.
I've been doing some heavy reflecting this week and there is a lot of toxicity that I need to weed out in my life. I never wanted to face how lost I've become, but now I have. It's time to reconnect with myself and start making changes. My anxiety and insecurities came on suddenly and they very quickly became bigger and scarier than I could face. My thought patterns have gotten so skewed that I barely recognize myself of my perception of my world. If I can't handle these changes, I can't expect the people around me to when they are trying to bloom themselves. Wish me luck, I have a lot of work to do. #botany#ricinuscommunis
Day 110 • Most of my plants are either young or a starter. This calathea orbifolia is no exception. It arrived with only three leaves and in rather poor condition, but that didn’t stop us. Orby is taking the time/doing its best to grow up. I’m just glad to be able to see the progress. 🌿✨
mexican whorled milkweed- asclepias fascicularis - a favorite food of migrating butterflies. named in honor of Asclepias, the ancient greek god of medicine. poultice of leaves used by native americans as snakebite remedy, blossoms sometimes nibbled. stem fibers the principal cordage source of the kawaiisu of southern califirnia. grows in moist soil near water variously around the west
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