Friday, July 19, 2013

Field Madder

Little Sherardia arvensis is one of many obscure weeds that the inimitable Ken Dritz discovered in the Chicago Region. He also discovered numerous native plants in places where they were not previously known, and we owe him a debt of gratitude for adding so much to our knowledge of wild plants in the Midwest. Thanks Ken! Photographed in a lawn at New Carlisle, Indiana.

1 comment:

Tim Havenith said...

I quite like Field Madder after it popped up in our lawn this year. Thanks for sharing your photos.