The Ultimate Wood Sorrel!

Join the cult of having this delectable  treat of wild wood foods.  Wood Sorrels are known as Shamrocks, closely related to clovers.  Clovers tend to have more bitter flavoring while sorrels tend to be more sour.  Probably my favorite foraging food, it is a great food to mix with especially if you just want to eat something raw or cook it with onion or spicy flavored plants.  Photos available at copyIMG_1435 copyIMG_1439 copy

Stinging Nettles!

Beware of these delicious looking nettles.  They are not poisonous, but will give you a sting that can a few minutes.  Also known as Stinging Nettles, they are easily recognizable for their stinging hairs found at the stem.  Eaten raw, it can be unappetizing.  When cooked with vegetables whether oniony or lemony, it can be an excellent choice of nutritional balance for your body.  This plant can also be used to make a healthful tea. Nettles are available from early spring until late fall when they start dying off due to oncoming low temperatures.   Photos available at

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Welcome Shasta Daisies

A good flower to always use for gardening is Shasta Daisy.  Why?  because of course they provide excellent design to  gardens that can be added with other flowers like Daylilies and Bearded Iris.  Photos available at

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Madness of Daylilies Part 2

The adventure of the Daylilies continue.  Photos available at

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Power of Pink Flowers!

Who says pink cannot go good with a flower like this?  Photos available at

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Red Passion of Today

Build bridges, build love! Photos available at

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Photo Challenge: Week 5

Today is Father’s Day!  Your dad needs two photos.  Choose two of your favorite photos your dad would love and leave your comments in the comment section.  These photos are available at  Have a good everyone!

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And Even More Leaves!

Rise of up maple leaves! Soon, something more attractive will be rising from the frosty winter.  It is orange and speaks of delicious beauty and a good meal to have (if you are a forager.)  Photos are now available for purchase at  You can also buy my first photo book at for $6.98  in PDF format.


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More Leaves!

More leaves!  That is right.  Come get your very own leaf collection.  Beauty maple leaves.  The first is quite mesmerizing with the shadow of the dragonfly being shown.  Get these photos now at  You can also get my first photo book for $6.98 in PDF format at  Enjoy!

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Flowers Flower and More Flowers!

I have no idea what this flower is, but I love looking at it.  I found this in the community garden by where I live.  There are tons of these guys around.  The beauty about this flower is the colorful white petals and the yellow center part where bees can land and suck the nectar from.  These photos are available for purchase at  You can also purchase my first photo book for $6.98 in PDF format at Enjoy!


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