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Planet X

Planet X

The inside of this flower looks like a strange, distant planet.

This'll Do!

Location

Behind Elliot Firehouse
Spring Street Brattleboro
United States
42° 51' 6.7932" N, 72° 33' 38.7432" W
This'll Do!

7 foot tall thistle

August Blooms

August Blooms

More appropriate August flowers.

Pliny Park

Pliny Park

Pliny Park in downtown Brattlebioro in July 2015.

Rose Bush

Rose Bush

Rose bush.

Irises On Our Canoe Trip

Irises On Our Canoe Trip

In the West River.

Pretty In Pinks

Pretty In Pinks

Some pretty pink bleeding hearts.

Spring Blooms

Location

Tanglebloom Flower Farm
Brookline, VT
United States
37° 5' 24.864" N, 95° 42' 46.4076" W
Spring Blooms

Branches and bulbs forced indoors are blooming - hopefully the outside world is not far behind!

September Is For Asters

September Is For Asters

The asters in my mother's garden were out in full glory with a brigade of bees in attendance.  Photo by Lise, September 2014.

Goldenrod and Purple Loosestrife

Location

Retreat Meadow
United States
42° 51' 57.69" N, 72° 34' 3.4176" W
Goldenrod and Purple Loosestrife

This view caught my eye several days ago...it took a lot of tries but this morning I got my favorite shot of them all.

First Wildflowers

First Wildflowers

We were out hiking on the Retreat Trails in mid April 2014 when we happened upon the first wildflowers of the season, Round-Lobed Hepatica.  They were just off the trail in a protected spot near the old quarry.

Bulb Show Theme Is Pink

Bulb Show Theme Is Pink

The theme of this year's bulb show at Smith College was the color pink.

Smith College Bulb Show 2014

Smith College Bulb Show 2014

There were lots of gorgeous fragrant flowers including plenty of tulips and daffodils at the Smith College Annual Bulb Show.

Pink Lily

Pink Lily

I photographed this lily at North Hill Garden in Readsboro, VT.  August 2013.

Greater Celandine

Greater Celandine

The Greater Celandine grows all over Brattleboro in areas of dappled sunshine.  It seems to especially like Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) and they often grow together.

The Noble Dandelion

The Noble Dandelion

Crocus Time Again

Crocus Time Again

The crocuses here are always the first to bloom and have bloomed in this spot for over ten years.

Cotton Candy Orchids

Cotton Candy Orchids

Photo of orchids.  Don't know what they're called but they looked like cotton candy to me. March, 2013.

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Brattleboro is doing a downtown parking study.

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