New flowers

Check out the ‘In Bloom’ page for harvest Brodiaea lilies that popped up in unexpected abundance around the first of July. Could be the extra rain this year, or maybe the bulbs finally got large enough after three years of liberation from brush, scotch broom and Douglas firs.

Likewise, our few clumps of meadow checkermallow growing naturally had not been seen before, and they’ve escaped being eaten by the deer – not so with the ones we planted.

Stay tuned for a surprise a series of photos of one our favorite flowers – one that takes possibly the longest time to bloom from the appearance of the first leaves. Also the chronicle of our tree removals past, current, and future, for the greater good.

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