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By oxdriftgardener
Karl Forester Grass with mature seedheads


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By jeffb_wa
Snowy moss


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By Appleford


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By Cville_Gardener


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By mygardens
Mushroom


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By Sheryleverett


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By Sheryleverett


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By JennieC91
If you look closely, a slug is having a meal!


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By Audrey
intricate calyx on cosmos 'Apricot Lemonade'


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By JennieC91
The colors of this mushroom was so vibrant!


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By HelloMissMary
A tiny 'shroom at the break of day


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By HelloMissMary
Backlit Clematis seed heads look like fireworks!


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By NStewart10


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By NStewart10


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By Audrey
Oxalis triangularis


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By cpark
Lunaria annua (honesty, money plant) seed pods glowing in the late-afternoon sunshine.


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By C_A_Ivy
Nice fern in an attractive frog container at Honor Heights Park, Muskogee, OK..


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By PNW_D
Forest Mushroom, VanDusen Botanical Garden


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By skrichar
A stunning ash tree showcases fall splendor within the world-renowned Morton Arboretum. The 1,700 acre arboretum is home to more than 220,000 plants and a destination for locals and travelers alike in the village of Lisle, IL.


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By skrichar
Layers of autumnal foliage are evident in Chicago’s Lurie Garden, designed by Piet Oudolf. Oudolf designed this garden to be a four-season tapestry, showcasing the evolution of foliage, making this garden beautiful and dynamic at any time of the year.


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By ohiogardens


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By ohiogardens
Moss on gnarled roots of buckeye tree


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By betsywelling
Fungi by the Buffalo Bayou Houston, TX


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By pinetum


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By kinard
Beautiful oaks draped with Spanish Moss


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By kinard
ferns growing on a standing but decaying oak limb


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By JakeDaj
This is a Lake’s Bolete, or Suillus lakei we came across in the redwood forests of Northern California. The orangish gold hues stands out immensely in the brown detritus of the forest floor.


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By JakeDaj
This is a patch of Cheilymenia fimicola or eyelash fungi, I came across these on the coast of Northern California. They’re extremely small, for reference you can use the blade of grass in the photograph.


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By cpark
I'm not sure what kind of seed this is, but it has plenty of personality!


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By stsisk
This is a photo of Mahonia Berries

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