Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Macro Dump {Wildflowers}

Texas Toad-flax; March 13, 2015

Milkweed Seeds. March 13, 2015

If you look closely, you can see the pod the seeds came from. Below is a picture with an arrow pointing to the pod.

Slim Pod Milk Vetch; March 15, 2015

A type of flowering grass and it is mega tiny! March 15, 2015

Unidentified; March 19, 2015

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Indian Paintbrush; March 18, 2015

Bluebonnets and a rare mutation, the white (or albino) Bluebonnets. March 18, 2015

Note: I would love to see an even rarer bluebonnet in the wild – the pink mutation. The above bluebonnets pictures are wild in the sense that we never sowed seeds where these are growing. In fact, all of our wildflowers on the land are wild as we don’t plan or cultivate them. We let nature take its course and pray they come back again next year.