2015/02/07

sycamore designs a street network

Filed under: flora,trees — WmX @ 08:42

2015/01/17

Fagus grandifolia

Filed under: flora,trees — WmX @ 09:39

2015/01/09

country litter

Filed under: dead,fauna,flora — WmX @ 00:41
no sure of the story here beyond dead

not sure of the story here beyond dead

2015/01/04

time machine

Filed under: family,flora,heart,time machine — WmX @ 15:34
Wren's crew

The James River south-side naturalist crew. Howard and I are holding the needles, maybe that explains our serious countenance. I am the youngest. The others seem more at ease, arrayed behind a line of pine cones. Kimmy, Betsy, Wren and Gray. I want to go on a vacation in April and walk with Robin in a forest, hang out with amazing trees. Hear Gray in the windsong. Please advise..

2014/12/10

quercus prinus

Filed under: flora — WmX @ 18:27

2014/11/19

‪Maclura pomifera‬

Filed under: flora — WmX @ 15:18

hedgeapple
The fruit, from a multiple fruit family, is roughly spherical, but bumpy, and 7.6–15.2
centimetres (3–6 in) in diameter. It is filled with a sticky white latex.–Wikipedia
This is your brain…

2014/10/30

Street Tree

Filed under: flora — WmX @ 13:39

Catalpa bignonioides
Carlton Avenue

2014/10/27

wheelbarrow of life

Filed under: fishbones,flora,heart,trees — WmX @ 10:35

shadow planting trees
My sister was a faithful reader of this page. So last time I had a wheelbarrow picture it
was titled “Our Father’s Wheelbarrow”.
Our father was not mechanical. He couldn’t fix a broken lawn mower. But he was Saint Francis
when it came to plants, he’d touch them and they’d grow. The wheelbarrow feels full of his energy.
Imagination? Dementia? Fond wishes? A combination of the three.
Planted a q.stellata, q. macrocarpa, q.falcata and a taxodium distichum…

2014/09/23

foreshadowing

Filed under: environment,flora,neighborhood,trees,Urban Planning — WmX @ 09:33

bye bye walnut
Juglans nigra
March 29, 2014

2014/09/01

eat me?

Filed under: flora — WmX @ 00:30

mushroom
growing in the City right of way. Locust Avenue.
Chlorophyllum molybdites is the poisonous mushroom most frequently eaten in North America-Wikipedia

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