Jun. 20, 2017

common centaury, Centaurium erythraea

This was one of those early morning, everybody else is still back at the motel discoveries. This is my coffee! This was particularly nice because I hadn't seen it before. That's one of the great things about flowers. There will always be new ones to find. And one of the great things about photography. You don't have to be out early to see them. This centaury grows in moist open ground in CA, GA, ID, IN, MA, MD, MI, NC, NY, OH, OR, PA, RI, VA, VT, WA, BC, NS, ON, QC, Australia, and its native Eurasia. Antrim Creek Natural Area, Antrim Co MI, 9/8/14.