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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Wildflower Wednesday, September 28

Welcome to another Wildflower Wednesday, hosted by Gail, thanks for the photos of all the lovely wildflowers.  Check out her site and the other participants.  

Not many of  my wildflowers are blooming this fall, so here is the Evergreen Huckleberry instead-
Here is more fruit on Fragaria vesca, the Woodland Strawberry.
And nestled in a nice bowl made of fused leaves, some berries of the Western Trumpet Honeysuckle, Lonicera ciliosa-
The Oceanspray drapes itself with white frothy flowers every spring, but now they are brown reminders.
A reliable plant in the landscape here in the PNW is as tough as nails, transplants easily, and is a good filler, the Sword Fern-
Here are some Rudbeckias from a mixed packet of seed grown last year, unfortunately they all seemed to be annuals and did not return.

I'm looking forward to next year when some seed-grown natives may bloom.


1 comment:

  1. Ginny, A perfect wildflower showing! Love those rudbeckias~Maybe they will reseed. gail