Friday, August 12, 2011

Some Newfoundland Flowers

 Pull up your hood, there are mosquitoes ahead on this woodland,  meadow and coastal hike.

                                                                 Bog Laurel


                                                     Pearly Everlasting



                                            Clustered Bellflower

                                                                  Alpine Sea Holly

                          The peat-like boreal forest floor is covered with moss

                                                                 Water is everywhere

                                                             Indian Pipe      

                                                             White Fringed Orchid
                                      Let’s take a walk to the beach

                                        Scenes like this are easy to find

                                                                           Blue flag iris

  The pitcher plant is common in Newfoundland and Labrador and is the province flower.

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