Saturday, May 30, 2009

Natives Now Blooming

The legume flowers of Lupinus perennis, Wild Lupine, top, and Cream Wild Indigo, Baptisia leucophaea, bottom, are blooming now along with the white lacecaps of Viburnum trilobum, American Cranberrybush, middle picture. The Cream Wild Indigo's own leaves are immediately below the flowers, while above it are young leaves of Pale Purple Coneflower and to the left are Canada Milk Vetch.

1 comment:

  1. Lupins look good. When I was in Oz there was a lot of research going on around me on lupins - big crop out there.