Ironwood tree blooms. It is so exciting to walk in the woods daily and discover a new bloom or leaf. Here is the latest growth in our woods in the Berkshire Mountains. I love bringing these to you because I enjoy them so much.
Blue Cohosh. This flower is hard to photo. It is smaller than a dime.
Cardamine dyiphylla or Crinkleroot Toothwort with a visiting bee
I'm sorry I don't know what this is called. It must be a type of moss that covers rocks and never really dies in winter. It is soft and glorious to touch.
Beech tree leaf unfurls
Squirrel fast food bar
Birch tree seed pod
Jack in the Pulpit
Moose Maple tree leaves
Trout Lily bondage. This Trout Lily must have grown up bound.
White Ash tree
Sheba as wood planing assistant on Mother's Day
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