The forest behind our house carpeted in wood anemones or Anemone nemorosa, a small white flower native to Germany.
I just noticed that little black bug on the flower petal. It looks like a tick. I feel itchy now. . . .
Spring, the sweet spring, is the year’s pleasant king…
6 thoughts on “The aforementioned woods”
I remember the happiness that anemones bring carpeting the grounds in the first days of spring! It’s so different than where I am now in South Europe!
I’m looking forward to seeing so many native plants that are “exotic” to me in Washington, D.C. There, I would hope to see mayapples in the woods (if the deer had left them).
love that you thought to share these, thank you.
adore the ephemeral.
i can hear your leaves rustle.
Garden & Be Well, XO T
It will be wonderful to watch these woods, so close to our back door, change throughout the year.
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