Millipede found under a rock, need to know order
Reported by Seattle DOT as 125 feet tall, located on west side of Franklin High School. Walking distance from Mt Baker Light Rail Station.
Very large tree with expansive, opposite patterned branches. Hanging clusters of yellow flowers. Large singly serrated green leaves with 5 lobes. Ridged, light brownish gray bark with lots of white fungus. Deciduous.
Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle, WA
Strange looking broccoli I saw at Pikes Market in Seattle while visiting in December. Very delicious!
The cherry trees (Prunus yedoensis) are coming into blossom on the University of Washington campus and we are experiencing some sunshine in early March so everyone was out exploring.
Seen on a walk from my house to University of Washington on a fine Saturday afternoon.
Arbutus menziesii (Pacific madrone) seen while on a walk to the University District of Seattle.
Arbutus menziesii has been disappearing in the Pacific Northwest, see The Decline of the Pacific Madrone
About as big around as a silver dollar.
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Definitely old so looks like the hairiness of the outside of the cup is diminished