Common yarrow – Okanogan-Wanatchee National Forest, June 2021
One of my favorite pastimes is to identify plants from photos I’ve taken while hiking.
Some plants are common and easy to identify; the yarrow pictured above for example.
Other plants are trickier… I’ve got a funky lookin’ Larkspur that’s been giving me the run around for a month, haha.
What’s blooming in your neck of the woods?
I’d love to read about it in the comments 🙂
3 responses to “Achillea millefolium – Common yarrow”
Hi EK, I just wrote about the ground elder
Oh Sorry! I meant to edit that last comment but hit send instead. I was going to say that I recently wrote on my blog about ground elder. This plant is blooming right now and it was a little bit of a challenge for me to identify. Sorry about the unfinished thought in the first comment.
Ground elder… I love the detail in your posts! I need to get a good field guide myself. Thanks for sharing.