Ozark Sundrop vs. the Peruvian Primrose, Ludwigia peruviana ☹︎

The Ozarks, an expansive region stretching across the southern United States, has an aura of mystery. Steeped in history and cultural richness, this rugged landscape is home to diverse flora and fauna. One such plant, the Ozark Sundrop (Oenothera macrocarpa ssp. incana), has recently caught the attention of skeleton people. In this article, we will… Continue reading Ozark Sundrop vs. the Peruvian Primrose, Ludwigia peruviana ☹︎

Lanceleaf Tickseed, Coreopsis lanceolata

The Angry Yellow of Lanceleaf Tickseed Introduction When the sinister sunshine shines upon blooming Lanceleaf Tickseed (Coreopsis lanceolata) petals, you can’t help by notice. This vibrant perennial plant not only enlivens the landscape but also supports diverse insect life, playing a crucial role in native gardens. Supporting Insects and Native Gardens Coreopsis lanceolata serves as… Continue reading Lanceleaf Tickseed, Coreopsis lanceolata

Blanket Flower, Gaillardia pulchella

Abstract The Blanket Flower, Gaillardia pulchella, is a captivating perennial plant of the Asteraceae family, often found lurking in the forgotten fields of native gardens. The Asteraceae family is well known because it is the sunflower family. Its bewitching, multicolored blossoms and ability to withstand drought make it a sought-after addition to the gardens of… Continue reading Blanket Flower, Gaillardia pulchella