In the Briar Patch, May 14-16

It’s been rainy in the briar patch. Thank goodness for plenty of new books to while away the time. Outdoors, there are a few new wildflowers, but getting out into the woods and fields to see them hasn’t been easy. Above is a fire pink (pink refers to the family, not the color).

Ox eye daisy. This isn't a native, but it's a been widely naturalized.

Mayapple fruit. We missed all the blossoms. Too much rain, I suppose.

Fire pinks.

Ox eye daisies.

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