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Gorgeous Sandy Beach Hideout Collection 

Artistic Collection

 

Gorgeous Sandy Beach Hideout Collection 

Can’t think of a place I’d rather be at the present moment. Inside, warm and feeling some accomplishment adding an additional set to the art print collection. This gorgeous sandy beach hideout collection was taken along the shores of New Smyrna, Florida, it was a beautiful walk.

 

The three images were processed together and have my light signature texture.  Feel free to purchase one print or all three in the collection.

Designs are listed in my Smugmug &  Fine Art America store. Each will carry a different assortment of art choices. If you want to read more about the storefronts and ordering process, click here.

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Cardinal Wildflower

Cardinal Wildflower - A fun fact about the wildflower was that it was named after the bright red robes worn by Roman Catholic cardinals. Flowers are primarily pollinated by hummingbirds. Other insects find it difficult to navigate the long tubular flowers. The wildflower is becoming scarcer due to overpicking in some areas.


Cardinal Wildflower


Information: 
The cardinal wildflower is a native Wisconsin perennial. It consists of many bright red tubular flowers. The tubular flowers are arranged in an elongated cluster.





The plant’s stalk height reaches 2-4 feet during the months of July, August and September. It is found in shaded areas along creeks, streams and swamps.

 


3  Facts About The Cardinal Flower

1.) The wildflower was that it was named after the bright red robes worn by Roman Catholic cardinals.

2.) Flowers are primarily pollinated by hummingbirds.  Other insects find it difficult to navigate the long tubular flowers.

3.) The wildflower is becoming scarcer due to overpicking in some areas.

 

Additional Posts that May Interest You:
All Wisconsin Wildflower Posts / Flowers that Attract Hummingbirds

 

 

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Wild Blackcaps and Wildflowers

Wild Blackcaps - Other names occasionally used include wild black raspberry, black caps, black cap raspberry, thimbleberry, and scotch cap. Rubus occidentalis is a deciduous shrub growing to 2–3 m (7–10 feet) tall, with prickly shoots.

Wild Blackcaps and Wildflowers

It is a hot one out there today.  Bordering 90 degrees with a thick and humid barrier that makes you sweat the moment you open the door.  The perfect day to go and forage for wild blackcaps and wildflowers on my path that is partially shaded by tall hardwoods.

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Robert La Salle County Park Door County

Robert La Salle County Park Door County

We were going to meet up with a friend of ours in Door County.  We were about two hours ahead of him because he was held up at work.  My husband decided we should stop off at Robert La Salle County Park Door County and I could search for July Wisconsin Wildflowers along the shoreline.
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Badlands Revisit

Badlands Revisit - Badlands National Park

Badlands Revisit

Today we are leaving Hill City, South Dakota and starting to snake our way toward Green Bay, Wisconsin. Last night’s homework was to write down places to stop on the way home.  Number one on each list – Badlands revisit before leaving South Dakota.

You know that feeling you have when you miss something? I have had that feeling since we left The Badlands National Park. Like there was something I missed. Something that begged for my full attention but I ignored it. Today, I shall find out what that might have been. If anything.
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Eastern Red Columbine Wildflower

Eastern Red Columbine Wildflower - is a perennial flower that grows up to two feet high, The flower has showy red and yellow petals and it's stamens curl upward as it ages. You can find this wildflower growing along river banks and woodland areas in Wisconsin. The wildflowers blooms attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. Once the plant went to seed, It has been said that the Native American men would crush the seeds and rub them onto their skin. It was suppose to help attract love .


Eastern Red Columbine Wildflower

Not exactly sure what draws me to the Eastern red columbine wildflower. Is it the curvy lines?  The color? Perhaps, because I see them selectively?

 

Known As:
• Eastern Columbine
• Canadian or Canada Columbine
• Wild Columbine

Scientific Name:
Actaea Pachypoda

(Native) Family:
Ranunculaceae – Buttercup family

 

What Is It & Where Can You Find It In Wisconsin?
• A perennial flower that grows up to two feet high.
• Growing along river banks & woodland areas
• Likes partial shade and areas of filtered sun.
• Flower has showy red and yellow petals and it’s stamens curl upward as it ages.

Collecting Seeds
• Tiny, black seeds ripen at various times within the flowers life cycle.
• Collect seed by hand from August to October.
•  Gently tap the old flowering head into a paper bag.
• Seeds can be dried in open paper bags for about two weeks.
• Store dry seed in sealed, plastic bags in refrigerator until you are ready to plant them.
• Seeds will stay viable with this method for 3 years.

Where Can You Find It In Wisconsin?
• Growing along river banks
• Woodland areas

What It Attracts:
• Bees
• Butterflies
• Hummingbirds.

Native American Use:
Once the plant went to seed, It has been said that the Native American men would crush the seeds and rub them onto their skin. It was supposed to help attract love.

It is the whole LOVE factor that has me interested.  I understand the attraction to the flower.