Monday, August 31, 2009

Snapshot Week 34, August 23-29: Jackpot

Honey Suckle rebirth. (Not with the volume of April, but the the Honey Suckle (Lonicera japonica) are responding to temperate weather with a second season crop.

Horse Nettle in large numbers near Lake Conway overflow.

Appears to be Eupatorium serotinum (ID co Missouri Plants)

Iron Weed.

Pinkweed (or close relative)

Looks like a Houstonia, but its not.
Diodia virginiana

Meadow Beauty, Beautiful!

Passionflowers still going strong.

Gaura biennis

Trumpet Vine

It's a Legume, not sure which.

(Mini cucumber: Melothria pendula)


I don't know if it's because I'm putting together a show for our local public library (Faulkner Co./ Conway AR, September 24 at 7PM... or because the weather has been so strangley temperet and wet (for August) that things are growing everywhere... BUT, the level of blooming things right now would seem to rival the most vigorous part of Spring. It may take a day or two to post everything, but everything here was shot in one of three locations with a single hour. (I shot more stuff on Saturday but will hold it for next week's Snapshot)

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