Posted 2 days ago

#fall #franklinia. It smelled like #Autumn this morning.

Posted 2 days ago

Oh hello giant #mantis. He startled me this morning as he nestled among the #goldenrod. #insect #bug #nature

Posted 2 days ago

Wild #turkey don’t care. They will stand in the middle of the road, in the rain, and I will just wait. #urbanwildlife

Posted 6 days ago

Speaking of the baby #turkey #poult… Look who I startled in the garden today. Someone is all grown up! (at Bartram’s Garden)

Posted 1 week ago

Photo of the day! #tigerswallowtail #buttterfly on a #franklinia #flower. #nature (at Bartram’s Garden)

Posted 1 week ago

#regram of the #flowerpressing #workshop flyer I’m teaching next week at @voltamarket. Email info@voltamarket.com to register (at www.ecobota.com)

Posted 1 week ago

Wild #meadow #grass #bouquet. Who knew #grasses had such beautiful #flowers? Full of foxtail, purple top, switch grass, and indian grass.

Posted 1 week ago

Wetland #wildflower #bouquet! Full of #ferns, #pinkturtlehead, #woodaster, and #ironweed. Maybe I did learn a few things from @puredesignphilly

Posted 3 weeks ago

Heterotheca subaxillaris
Camphorweed
August 26, 2014
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

Posted 3 weeks ago

I’m still shocked how many people don’t know/realize/care how dangerous helium balloon releases are. Sure it looks fun, but those balloons come down again as trash. And you can be sure if they end up on a body of water they resemble food to the wildlife and they choke to death or starve because it prevents them from eating.

These balloons keep washing up on the beaches of Delaware today. Sad.