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bittercress

bittercress

Liverwort infestation. Marchantia polymorpha

Liverwort infestation. Marchantia polymorpha

Best vegetable seed companies! Great article and the best place to start the season.  - from Mother Earth News

Best Vegetable Seed Companies - Organic Gardening

Best vegetable seed companies! Great article and the best place to start the season. - from Mother Earth News

Prostrate spurge flowers. Chamaesyce maculata

Prostrate spurge flowers. Chamaesyce maculata

Monkshood and hosta. Hardy to Zone 2, monkshood is a good alternative to hollyhocks or foxgloves in a less-forgiving climate. Its dark blue blooms, which appear on tall stalks from mid-summer to early fall, are attractive to bees and butterflies. Monkshood prefers moist, well drained soil in full sun and would make an excellent pairing with veronica or lady's mantle.        Read more: http://davesgarden.com/guides/articles/view/1469/#ixzz2MOlkpIRa

Monkshood and hosta. Hardy to Zone 2, monkshood is a good alternative to hollyhocks or foxgloves in a less-forgiving climate. Its dark blue blooms, which appear on tall stalks from mid-summer to early fall, are attractive to bees and butterflies. Monkshood prefers moist, well drained soil in full sun and would make an excellent pairing with veronica or lady's mantle. Read more: http://davesgarden.com/guides/articles/view/1469/#ixzz2MOlkpIRa

sowthistle

sowthistle

Bittercress

Bittercress

pearlwort

pearlwort

Bittercress great local garden site

Bittercress great local garden site

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Spring Beauty

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