It’s only winter in town. The Earth has no time for that kind of thing!
A friend recently commented that plants spoke to her ancestors and told them what they could be used for. No dangerous trial and error required for sagebrush buttercup, the rattlesnake plant. I’m […]
It’s time for sagebrush buttercup. Look at her bloom, even though she started in November and got blasted by the deep cold of February. Sagebrush Buttercup with a precious ball of deer […]
Whatdya think, winter’s coming? Fog rolling over the land? Fog drinking the last of the heat? Nope. It’s spring. December 1. Sagebrush buttercups. Doing their thing. Happy spring, everyone!
I just thought you ought to know.The sagebrush buttercups are here. Snow, you scare no one no more. Not the prickly pears. Not the moss. Not the grass. The sun is back.
If it’s not the most expensive single family building lot, I can’t find a pricier one. Note the cute little survey post. It has a stunning view of Okanagan Lake. Lots of early season […]
When the earth is spoken of in its own terms it becomes poetry and is a language for spirit, like this… When rock catches sun and snow, lupins sprout and sagebrush buttercups and […]
There’s a place I know, and the sun was bright, so I thought, hey, why not go have a look? On February 22, no less! That’s pretty early. But most welcome!
I went up the hill, and I found one sagebrush buttercup. Take a look, so you’ll be present in this scene. It’s important. It’s about the state of the earth and the state […]
Sagebrush buttercup, the first of the grassland wildflowers is blooming in the US Okanogan, and up into Canada, on the south slopes, on sandy hills south of the big lakes. Note the […]