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As seen this morning at Riverbend Park; a sea of bluebells. Leave it to those hardy native plants to survive freezes and storms and still dazzle. I’ll write a longer post with more pictures later in the week, but I … Continue reading
With many flowers open ahead of schedule I’d heard rumors of Virginia Bluebells in bloom. I was surprised, then, when I arrived at Riverbend Park on Saturday morning, to see no flowers on the banks of the Potomac, just a … Continue reading
On Sunday afternoon we took a family outing to Riverbend Park–on the Virginia side of the Potomac River, just north of Great Falls–in search of native Virginia Bluebells. And I’m happy to report that we found some.