Tuesday, April 13, 2010

April Flowers of the Catskill Woodlands


Background graphic Tattered Vintage No. 187


I wish I had a good wildflower book so I can tell you about my "pretty pinks".

I thought it might be Hepatica, but the leaves don't match the ones I saw on the Web.



Even if I traversed my 14 acres of mountainside woods I'd only collect enough to fill a matchstick cup,

so I 'pick not a one' (Edna St. Vincent-Millais).

They often grown right on top or through cracks in rock!




Until next time, stay shabby!

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7 comments:

Marilyn said...

Beautiful!!
Have a Great Day!!
Love,
Marilyn

frankie said...

Love pretty little flowers..love your blog too!!

Bella said...

Hi Sandy..
Beautiful wildflower! I love that such a delicate flower grows in a hard crack in the cement:-)
Bella

meyerprints said...

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Nicole Tadgell said...

I looked it up in the pretty wildflower book you gave me, and it looks like it could be "Spring Beauty" - Claytonia Virginica. :)
Love,
N

Jobs retail said...

So pretty flowers. How lucky of you.

manon 21 said...

belle ballade chez toi.

Bonne journée

manon

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