Isn’t it just grand when spring just slaps us in the face and says “Looky here” ? Every day now new wonders are appearing and we just need to go out into the garden to see them. As I strolled through my back garden the other day, a bright spot of yellow caught my eye – Mule Ears, Wyethia glabra, a native perennial wildflower. Yes those yellow spots are the Mule Ears, named for the long loopy... Read More »
Hello ! I am Saxon Holt and I have created PhotoBotanic as a place to share my 30 years as a garden photographer. It’s all about celebrating plants through photography and I want you to find that joy too. Poke around. Learn what I have learned and see gardens through a photographer’s eye.
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