Little white flowers get passed over for the more showy stuff, so Ms. Flora thought we ought to give them some equal time.
Rue Anemone, Thalictrum thalictroides, is definitely one you tall human readers would miss.
Barely taller than a squirrel–heh–and light and airy on its thin stems, this spring wildflower blends into the forest floor.
“True! I never saw it before!” Hickory’s tail twitches.
Well, keep an eye out! Many petals, the little burst of stamens in the center,, this little guy is providing our bees with some spring nectar until the serious summer flowers get blooming.