Growing in tight clumps in shady soil underneath a fallen log. Gilled mushrooms on tall, thin fibrous white stalks. Gills are dark gray. Small lines on edge of cap. Younger mushrooms golden to tan, as they get older they turn gray to black and fall apart into mush.
Pops up in the yard each year, from prior owner's garden
No blooms yet, leafed out
Growing on the banks in one open sunny spot on the banks of Hobson creek.
We'll have lots of cherries this year from these two old trees in the meadow. The apple trees haven't even leafed out yet. The wild plum blossoms are here and gone.
Open meadow, carrot/parsley family?
Triangle stems, open meadow among soaproot. Onion family?
Tall stalk, alternate branching, on roadside
Starting to leaf out. Woodrat house built at the base.
Only two so far this year
First blooms I've seen near our house
Feet wet near a tiny stream
Redwood forest, standing on tall erect singular stem above the sorrel and ferns
Growing in redwood forest among sorrel, flowers probably wilted from rain
My neighbor's goats are out and cleaning up the blackberries on Hobson Creek but they seem to prefer the young ferns and hazelnut. But I take that back, because when I came back by they were going to town on the blackberry, ivy and even old tan oak. True what they say- they'll eat anything.
Ready to go to seed. Flowers seemed to come and go quickly this year
Bloomed and pollinated weeks ago
Not quite ready to bloom