Solomon’s Seal (Polygonatum biflorum) is a native plant in this area. The photo below, taken in Bent Tree a few days ago, shows unopened flower buds. Delicate bell-shaped flowers will open soon.
Trillium catesbaei a.k.a. Catesby’s Trillium or Bashful Wakerobin, nodding trillium
It was hit by the Greens Superintendent on Hole 4. Click here for a previous post showing him at work getting the back nine ready for play.
Whenever I get back to Bent Tree, after being out-of-town, I ride around the lake to see the views. The shot below is from late yesterday afternoon. Click here for a photo taken in May. Ever-changing, always beautiful…
Here’s hoping the rain stays away long enough to get in the Ice Breaker tournament today. It will definitely be much warmer than last year’s Ice Breaker.
This black vulture was hanging out in a tree at Bent Tree’s Saddle Club Horse Park.
View of Hole 1 tee box from the 19th Hole: