Pussytoes

Not this kind, though I am grateful for these pussytoes, too. I laugh every time she walks with us through the woods, which is more and more these days.
Just now budding, this native Antennaria species is commonly known as pussytoes for its soft foliage and flowers. I’m grateful to watch another season of spring flowers come again from the dry ground, and wish them well in this exceptionally dry year.
A few little tulips escaped the marauding deer herd that ate their way along the sidewalk this morning. I’m grateful for that!

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