Tag Archives: habitat

11 Jun

Hillside Wildflower Garden – What’s in Bloom – June 6th

wildflower hillside

Things are really happening on the hillside so I thought I would take some pictures and document what I could find blooming today – June 6th, 2015.  This amount of flowers creates a wonderful habitat for the birds, bees and other pollinators!

Here is a list, with some pictures below

Longhead Coneflower – Ratibida columnifera

Ox-eye Sunflower – Heliopsis helianthoides

Missouri Coneflower – Rudbeckia missouriensis

Rocket Larkspur – Delphinium ajacis (Ranunculaceae)

Bishops flower – Amni majus

Pale Purple Coneflower – Echinacea pallida

Showy Primrose – Oenotheria speciosa

Catmint – Nepeta ‘walkers low’

Lavender – Lavendula ‘munstead’

Autumn Sage – Salvia Greggii ‘maraschino’

Blanket Flower – Gaillardia

Cosmos – Cosmos bipinnatis

Plains Coreopsis – Coreopsis tinctoria

Yarrow – Achillea millefolium ‘Paprika’

Lemon Beebalm – Monarda citriodora

Clasping coneflower – Dracopis amplexicaulis

ratibida

 

mexican blanket flower meadow

 

 

lemon mint monarda

 

 

rocket larkspur

 

 

autumn salvia

 

 

30 Apr

Backyard Wildlife

Chipmunk

I have been keeping track of everything we have seen in our yard since about 2001.  If it is not on the list (unless it is an insect)…then I have not seen it in the yard…some have been close, like a fox I saw down the street, and a raccoon next door, and several bird species flying overhead like gulls and herons…but if it wasn’t in my yard, I did not include it.  Also, I have not been in the habit of identifying most of the insect life…my list includes all the butterflies I have seen, but most of the insects, including moths, I have not listed here. Read More

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