Loved them all. I love East Hill, it's such a fun place and so much to see!
Great photos of a charming neighborhood. Your white flowers at the base of the tree in you yard will produce blackberries (or dewberries) in a few weeks. They're my fruit of choice for cereal when they ripen.
Well, I enjoyed our little walk and I love East Hill. I drove through there the week before last looking at the gardens, they're always an inspiration. Where is Kitty? I have to see those bottle trees. Also, I have to wonder if that trillium is the same thing as spiderwort? That's what it looks like to me. I used to have some white spiderwort that I found growing in a ditch and wish I still had it. Someone once told me they propagate by having ants carry off their seeds but I don't know if that is true.
@Paula, I think the bottle trees were on East Jordan between 12th and 17th. I think that was a trillium. It looks like what we had in Illinois. And it could very well be a spiderwort...I'm not familiar with that name. This little batch was growing wild in a vacant lot.
@CT...I'm so excited about my blackberries!!! I will be picking when they get ripe.
Okay, can I join the debate. I think Paula is right, it is a spiderwort and they grow wild especially in disturbed areas. But Sharon you're right also, they are a member of the three petal family of trilliums. As to the ants...don't know but I like the visual.
Excellent series. You have a great eye for what needs to be captured.
I love your East Hill series! The images are so inspiring...you have a wonderful eye for detail! Thank you for such a lovely post.
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