Beardtongue

Today’s TTN video is about another gorgeous native wildflower, the beardtongue. Each new flower discovery we make has made our daily nature walks more and more exciting. Enjoy the beardtongues!     If you have any suggestions for future topics you’d like to see in this blog, please leave them in the comments! *All photos… Read More Beardtongue

Partridgeberry

Today’s TTN vlog is about the partridgeberry. This plant is teensy! It grows along the ground, and can easily be overshadowed by larger, showier plants. However, when it’s winter time, partridgeberry is often the only splash of color one sees, surrounded by a sea of brown leaves and bare twigs and branches.   If you… Read More Partridgeberry

Little Brown Jug

The latest TTN video blog is up! In this video, we look at the flowers of arrowleaf ginger (Hexastylis arifolia), also known as the little brown jug. They are surprisingly cryptic, and completely fascinating! As it turns out, the flowers have a faint ginger smell to them, which attracts fungus gnats that pollinate them. Later,… Read More Little Brown Jug