Toadstool skipper. Surprised to see a Delaware skipper on a mushroom apparently sucking up moisture from dew.
This fungi reminds me of an exotic ice cream sundae
Came across these on a nature walk with the grandkids
Photographed from above, this Tree Fern is in the lower canopy below the Otway Fly Walkway in the lush surrounds of the magnificent Otway Ranges in Victoria, Australia.
Agapanthus seed head ...
Artichoke seed ...
HISTORY OF THE GOLDEN GRAIN: In 1685, a distressed merchant ship paid for repairs in Charleston with a small quantity of rice seed from Madagascar. Dr. Henry Woodward planted the seed in South Carolina, beginning the state’s 200 year history as the leading rice producer in the United States.
Aquatic moss blooms in Spearfish Creek, SD.
A walk through the woods revealed this beauty.
Buds on a Moonflower
fungi in the summer garden probably Black staining polypore
A perfect fairy ring beneath the trees.
Heliconia indica Hawaii
Costus erythrophyllus in Florida greenhouse
Sunny Autumn day
Mushrooms growing in Florida grass.
A black-eyed susan vine seed/pod in a used tea bag.
Japanese Painted Fern
Milkweed popping open -- on old homestead in Minnesota.
Beautiful surprise on the forest floor. Northern Minnesota woods.
Budding Hickory foliage from central Iowa
" Lawn fungi"", after a rain.
Fungi within a tree
A view of a Pride of Barbados (Caesalpinia pulcherrima), also known as peacock flowers, dwarf poincianas and red bird-of-paradise showing the foliage, blooms and seed pods in various stages of development
Curled mountain mahogany shrub, Garden of the Gods, Colorado
Moss covered stones around an old well hole in the woods.
wicked castor bean seed pods
Anemone seeds …
bud on giant squill (forced indoors)
An assortment of field peas from the garden.
'Blue Mouse Ears' Hosta with Irish Moss
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