Saturday, April 28, 2012


 A couple of miles or so down the way from us is a big patch of camassia quamash.  It's beautiful.   

Here's the wiki, if you're interested.

These grow in a big patch by the side of the road and this year they are truly spectacular.    They're an unusually pale blue variety.  Most are a nice medium blue.   These almost look white. 

They usually bloom right after the daffs finish.  I look forward to them every year.    If you look closely at the leaves on the ground in this pic, you can see that there's a little twinleaf and bloodroot there, too.  

Such treasures.   By the side of the road.

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