Bluebells, Watercress, & White Trillium

Wildflowers are arriving now in a great tumbling rush.

Although the fringed phacelia is still the most prevalent wildflower, the new bluebells smell wonderful, and there are still a few little white trilliums to be found in bloom.

The watercress arrived, shot up, and bloomed almost before I even noticed it! It’s happily mixed in with the branch lettuce in our creeks and seeps, and I’ve got to get out there and harvest some of both soon.

watercress blooming on a mossy log
watercress blooming on a mossy log

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