A photo blog connecting life and the natural world in and beyond the garden.
The gardens are overflowing with color and delicate blossoms
Common White Violet
Violet family (Violaceae)
Look closely in the understory amongst various shades of green
To find the “Pulpit” with “Jack” standing tall
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A cool spring in the Lehigh Valley of Eastern Pennsylvania created optimum growing conditions for our native wildflowers
During the month of April many wildflowers graced the gardens at Valley View
New additions as well as established plants brought beauty to the gardens
As April blossoms fade, May blooming perennials open their petals to the sun
Stop back to see what blooms next!
Thank you for returning or just stopping by!
Before the storm blossoms appeared pure
untouched by the earth which gave them birth
After the rain the earth kissed each blossom
The rain and warmth of the sun’s rays has coaxed wild flowers to climb to the surface Tomorrow a series of photographs of Pennsylvania wildflowers