Neither rain, nor cold, or even more rain, can stop the delightful harbingers of springtime that are blooming all over Clay and Limestone. The delicate white or pinkish flowers of ephemerals bloom early in spring, set seed, then disappear until the next spring. I love them all~But, please, don't ask me to choose which one is my favorite. No way, not now, not ever, would I be able to choose.
|Claytonia virginica or Spring Beauty|
|Hepatica acutiloba or Sharp lobed hepatica|
|Dentaria laciniata or Cut-leaved toothwort|
|Isopyrum/Enemion biternatum or False rue anemone|
|Erigenia bulbosa or Harbinger-of-Spring|
|What do you think is emerging!|
So, tell me my friends~Could you choose a favorite among these pretties?
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