Rare, limited to shaded sanctuary and roadside
Only plant on the property - recovering from herbicide from county road crew
Only plant on the property
This population expanding on it's own
Rare at drainages
Large trees eliminated in 2000, this one remains. All others removed when noticed
Possibly planted by prior owner, most likely progeny from plants under cultivation across the road. Single plant on the property.
Scattered in the prairie area and increasing
Main pasture species, probably the most common plant on the property - here being forced out by P. plicatulum in the prairie restoration area.
Cultivated, 4 trees, 3 cultivars, est. ca. 2010
Cultivated, North of shop
Cultivated, 4 plants, est. 2010
Prairie restoration area, 1st noticed on photo date
Male (?) three-toed box turtle seen near a house on a dry day when there had recently been 2 weeks of rain. Turtle had some fungal keratitis of the marginal scutes and two significant mirrored scars on the caudolateral aspect of the carapace that appear to be the result of a dog attack (speculation). Turtle was relatively friendly for its species and very active.
Male (?) three-toed box turtle seen crossing neighborhood street. Observation occurred on a dry day when there had recently been 2 weeks of near constant rain.
new life, new hairstyle
Rare and eliminated except along outer fence
Common, esp. along outer fence
Scattered pasture weed
3 trees planted in the pasture, one native in the woods.
Rare, scattered - native but nurtured
Scattered - native
Sporadic pasture weed centered around the stock tank
Cultivated or at least planted along the fence, 3 trees
Sporadic pasture weed
Frequent, moist shade
Becoming established in grazing areas
Infrequent, moist shade
Rare along drainage in shade