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# Tag Archives: plants

## Fruit in its Season

After a brief walk around the back-yard woodlot yesterday, here’s what ended up in my pocket. Advertisements

## Plants without photosynthesis

Here’s something truly amazing that sprouted recently in my backyard. They are plants called Indian pipe, or ghost plant, or corpse plant. The Latin name is Monotropa uniflora. It has no green to it because it has no chlorophyll! No … Continue reading

## Hickory

The shutdown is over! (Hooray!) Instead of a puzzle today, I’ll share this hickory leaf (yes, that’s one leaf. It’s a compound leaf). We’ve been in our house for several months, but only recently (during the shutdown–I had extra time) … Continue reading