Idaho Botanical Gardens – July 6, 2020

For my 89 birthday Kathy and Son Took Bob and my self for an outing. Although I have lived most of my life in Idaho, I had never been. It covers around 15 acres. The Garden had the wheelchairs. Masks were not required if you maintain a distance 6 feet from the another group.

As you enter he gardens the path leads you to the Rose Garden which we skipped for lack of time. This eye-catching was next. Is a tree? No, it is a handmade to look like a tree with re-usable items. The path were made for handicapped persons. The another points of interest

Large areas in the southern are are sandstone
There are two species of pine in Idaho yelloe and white pine

Follow Lewis and Clark Journey through Idaho in the structure with outstanding maps and go Western Water Garden for the plant saw. As this getting too long a visit the Native plant H garden is next.

A mint species
Elderberries

Thanks to WordPress for their help with placing the pictures. I would share more of the beauty we saw in two hours. The gift shop was close due to the pandemic. Be sure to take water and keep hydrated and wear hat as temperatures are usually hide. Almost any time of the year is a good time to visit.

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BOTD – July 12, 2020 – Cardinal in Arizona – male

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AOTD – July 12, 2020 – Deer

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Water, Water Everywhere – July 12, 2020 – Thousand Springs, Idaho

This is the outlet of the Snake River Aquifer. It starts in Western Wyoming and cover southern part of Idaho and cover around 400 feet. It supplies water for farming. All but the Minnie Miller falls are used for fish farms or power.

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FOTD – July 12, 2020 – Opunita/bearclaws

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BOTD – July 11, 2020 – Green Heron at Pahranagat NWR

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AOTD – July, 11 2020 Rattlesnake

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Water, Water Everywhere – July 11, 2020 – Off The Oregon Coast

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FOTD – JULY 11, 2020 – California Poppies

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FOTD – July 10, 2020 – What is a penstemon?

I was ask that question and my answer was a group of plants of many flowers. They are native the North American. There are tall flowers and many are found in rock gardens.Colors range from white to blue. The hummingbirds like them. Some Are not hard especially the red ones that are in southwest states. They are subject a fungus after a few years and need to be replaces. They easy increased by cuttings. Growing from need two month in moist moisture to germinate. They last long s cut flowers. Most of all are not scented. These are a few of my penstemon photos.

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