Taken during a medicine-gathering hike on the prairie. I don’t know what these tiny little plants are, because I still have a lot to learn about mosses, but I think these are really cute. Pic from November.
Disclaimer: I am not an emtomologist; this is an art/aesthetics post. I found this when I was doing some chainsaw work in a small oak grove, clearing out dead trees that were in danger of falling onto a home. When I rolled this log and a big chunk of bark peeled off, this design wasContinue reading “Ȟupáhu: Bug Art on Wood”
Does this North Dakota native plant know that it’s well below freezing outside? I don’t know… but it’s happily blooming cheerful pink flowers! This indigenous prairie succulent was a “weed” in my garden (a weed is just a plant in a place you don’t want it) that I put in a pot and brought inside.Continue reading “Bringing Native Plants Indoors: Sedum Blooming on an Icy Morning”