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Yesterday was the first chance I’ve had in over a month to walk around the farm and photograph what is blooming. By far the most prevalent flower is the Ox-Eyed Daisy. These have grown up where I mowed the Canada Goldenrod down last year.

There are also quite a few Virginia Waterleaf growing in the woods.

Other flowers were scattered around the fields and woods.

White  Campion

Dames Rocket

Grass

Chickweed

Common Dandelion

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Finally we have gotten a string of nice weather where I have been able to get out in the fields around the farm and take some photos. Not only has it been nice weather but it has been calm with no wind early in the morning so I’ve been able to get some nice flower shots from around the farm.

Columbine

Columbine

Dames Rocket

Dames Rocket

White Capion and Friend

White Campion and Friend

Chives

Chives

More photos from Canadian Hill Farm can be found on my website.