Found these wild onions and sweet wild white flowers (with yellow center) in the Bayou yesterday after my run…completely elated (as you can see) with the intricacy and free growth of the stems of the onions. The white flowers remind me a bit of the flowers from the strawberry plant. I’m not sure what they are exactly.
And I’m guessing the other lot are wild onions and not wild chives, as during a search it appears the wild chives bloom purple flowers. I could be wrong. Will research some more. Regardless these are part of the Allium family. I’m keeping them in a vase and they won’t end up in my eggs until I can determine it is not Crow’s Poison.
What I’d like to see on Washington Avenue
Mammoth red clover and Calendula from the Utility Research Garden
Amongst the Arugula
Limes and figs with blooming lime