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What’s in bloom at Wishetwurra Farm?
MidMay is a good time for blooms. Yesterday’s late afternoon with no sun wass a good time to get pictures.
Allow me to introduce to you the perennial bachelor’s button.
The petals are worth a closer look.
The columbines are in full “bluem”.
On the other side of the house, under the beach plum bush, opens a bud on a dark crimson volunteer. Nice color…
The Spanish Bluebells are ringing near the front steps. Appealing, aren’t they?
A wildling buttercup blasts a yellow burst from the green lawn. Ranunculus. There are 600 species of ranunculus. Ridiculous? Not many flowers have petals with surfaces as glossy as this buttercup.
Also yellow is this future red tomato.
The future strawberry.
Here’s a look inside one of the last of the spring tulips.
Today’s Big Phenological Event at Wishetwurra Farm?
The first daisy!