Monthly Archives: June 2015

Early Summer Prairie

After a brief storm this evening the skies cleared and light flooded the prairie. This is the “5-Acre Prairie” just east of the Prairie Garden Trust Visitor Center. If you look closely you will see Lead Plant, Mountain Mint, Grey-headed … Continue reading

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Gray-headed Coneflower

We just got back from a short trip and were eager to see what’s coming in to bloom here at the PGT. The Gray-headed Coneflowers can be seen blooming just south of the PGT Visitor Center in the Dogleg Prairie. … Continue reading

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Great Spangled Fritillary

The warm wet weather is bringing on summer flowers and that is bringing out the butterflies. This morning I photographed this Great Spangled Fritillary butterfly on a Pale Purple Coneflower here at the Prairie Garden Trust. The milkweeds are also … Continue reading

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