This plant flowers on tall tubular spikes, and loves wet locations. Hang ten, dude!
If you like Buckeye Butterflies then add this plant to your garden.
A lovely little white lily that blooms in mid-spring.
If you see a lot of white-barked large trees off in the distance, you can bet that there is a river or creek (or body of water) nearby!
The root beer tree!
So many oaks, so little time.
Why is it called a Redbud when it's flowers are either pink or purple?
My family told me they are called dogwoods because their flowers smell like wet dogs. In any case they are still one of my favorite Virginia trees!
This plant has developed a way to shoot the seeds into the air, and once they land, they "WALK" across the ground to find a good spot to germinate. Really.
If you can't get any lemons because of weather or supply chain issues, maybe just get out to the edge of some woods and harvest yourself a little sumac.