Saturday, April 16, 2016

Halesia in flower

Our native Halesia species (Silverbell) are wonderful understory trees. This one, planted in our ravine forest some years ago, has flourished; this is the best flowering year yet.
Looking down the slope, we see the Halesia, a red buckeye (also in flower), an Eastern Hemlock, an evergreen rhododendron, and still some Packera (Golden ragwort) in flower.

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