Found in our kitchen.
Been seeing other Hypericum species in the hills; thought to throw in this ubiquitous landscaping favorite. Don't know what it's potential to be invasive; but we are certainly giving it every chance in using it to cover dry slopes everywhere.
Love to see these flowers...
Thought I'd add to my nightshade collection.
On a post next to a black oak in the parking lot.
Perhaps a bullfrog? Individuals line the shallows of this permanent pond. usually they're extremely skittish; but on this cool morning they were willing to pose. Calls are deep and resonant.
Location approximate; but easy to find just on the north side of the trail, about 1/3 0f the way up creek trail to the pond...
Poison Oak, three leaf plant, red brown and black 'spots'.
Pretty flower, with purple bud. Very samll. very smooth and fine leaves.
Tall pine tree, hard bark, rigid, branches had pricks.
Rigid, "oily" plant that has bay shaped leaves.
Small yellow flower, "pops" out of group of leaves