Sunday, May 9, 2010

The Woodland Floor in May

In order of appearance -- Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Wild Ginger, Trillium, sometimes called Wake Robin for its sprightly eager early first bloom in cool springtime, and Fairy Bells  Jack's originally a native of Wisconsin, but here he is preaching in my back yard.  As we used to say in Georgia when someone held forth with whom we agreed, making argument unnecessary, "you're preaching to the choir."  The Ginger, Trillium and Fairy Bells I found during a hike on Tiger Mountain, and they are all native to the Pacific Northwest.

1 comment:

  1. I am really enjoying your art! and dolls...and your all the antique pieces..wonderful!