Mugwort is among the first to rise this growing season, going ahead and reclaiming it’s space from last year, among piles of discarded caution tape and plastic bags in Olde Kensington.
IT”S GOIN UP ! ;) ;) :)
Great tribute to Princess Trees and Trees-of-Heaven in West Philly (I think this is around 53rd & Warren St). Very cool.
First Mugwort I’ve seen this season — fresh sprouts after the snow finally receded. These are growing in a crack against a large warehouse used to dispatch emergency vehicles in Olde Kensington, Philadelphia.
Anonymous asked: Could the evergreen shrub be a type of juniper - bluerug juniper? - Global Eyes
Great point, thanks!
Nearly everything’s in hibernation mode out there presently, with repeated snowfall and ice keeping the block on lock.
Ferns quietly taking up residence near the roof of the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh, Scotland.
This empty lot feels a bit bleak as winter begins and a recent mowing has occurred, but don’t you worry, the Mugwort and friends will be back before you know it.
Photo by: Lindsey Ann Walker
Morning Glory in the Gutter, Tasker & Camac
A Tree-of-Heaven and other street weeds slowly encroach on a ditched food truck at the edge of Fishtown, Philadelphia.
Weeds taking up residence among discarded plastic in a fenced-off corner of a side alley, near the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland’s Old Town.