Trayfoot Jen Outdoors/Wild Blossoms

Summer 2018

Below: This is a Sulfur Shelf AKA Chicken-of-the-woods, It is edible and guess what it tastes like after cooking?

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Pond Life Three pics above: DumDum our resident black snake for years, has just eaten a frog at the pond; Scruffy is dinning out on a pecan he swiped from me; Dragon Flies mating—They must find a Water Lilly very romantic!

 

 

 

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Pipsissewa in Bloom. Blooms are very waxy. AKA Spotted Wintergreen.

 

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Little Bucky not quite sure he wants to be here!

 

 

 

 

 

Below Another Rodie blooming in my native garden. Gorgeous!

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May 16,2016 – First Rodie of the year blooming in my native garden!

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May 10, 2016 – Mountain Laurel is starting to bloom!

imagePinxter Azalea Sunday, May 1,2016

imageBleeding Hearts, my garden, 5-11-16

imageLittle Trillium beat up by rain but still showy! 5-12-16

imageMountain laurel buds. Lovely! 5-1-16

imageDame’s Rocket 5-9-16, very similar to phlox, but has 4 petals instead of 5. Mustard family.

imageIt’s been rainy, cold and dreary for two weeks, but no one told the sunny poppies! 5-9-16

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