Along the other side property I found some Devil's Walking Stick, Aralia spinosa, with some Honeysuckle, Lonicera, wrapped around the stock. Does anyone know how to tell native honeysuckle from Japanese honeysuckle? Before it blooms that is, I can tell once it blooms.
Once I worked my way down to the water I was surprised to find a stand of Chasmanthus latifolium. Guess it makes sense to find River Oats near the river....or lake...which is really a dammed river.
After walking along the water's edge I worked my way up through the backyard garden to the edge of the woods. I found more buds on the Camellia 'Bonanza'. Camellias are great to have in the garden this time of year.
Into the treeline of the next lot there are a number of Winged Elm, Ulmus alata. The corky appendages on this tree are most interesting.
While looking around at another Euonymus americana, I found a little friend....
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