Grand Canyon At Sunset


Photography

Check out this stunning photo of the Grand Canyon at sunset.

July 18, 2015

Wild Sunflower Identification & Uses


edible, medicinal, summer wildflowers, Wildflowers, yellow wildflowers

I cannot think of a flower more beloved than sunflowers. Read on and learn how to identify, plant, harvest, and use wild sunflowers.

July 16, 2015

Common Blanketflower: Red-Yellow Wildflower


edible, medicinal, multi-color wildflowers, orange wildflowers, red wildflowers, summer wildflowers, Wildflowers, yellow wildflowers

Learn how to identify this drought-resistant, bright red and yellow, daisy-like wildflower.

June 19, 2015

Dirty Wormy Moves To The Desert


Photography

It’s time for me to get down-to-earth and back to nature. Welcome to the wild and untouched (relatively speaking) American Southwest!

ps Everything is prickly here. Ouch.

June 18, 2015

Birdsfoot Trefoil: Small Yellow Wildflower


autumn wildflowers, Identification, Photography, spring wildflowers, summer wildflowers, Wildflowers, yellow wildflowers

Learn how to identify this sweet and tough little yellow wildflower that sprouts up all across the globe.

July 30, 2012

Storing Daylilies For Winter Use


gluten-free, Projects, Recipes, vegetarian

As their name implies, each daylily bloom only lasts for one day. Luckily for us, the daylily plant will give life to several flowers throughout the course of what is usually a number of weeks….Dried daylilies are often used in hot and sour soup. See the recipe here.

July 1, 2012

The Best Secrets


inspiration, Thoughts, Uncategorized

The best secrets cannot be told. They must be discovered and experienced – by you.

June 27, 2012

Plant Identification: Prickly Pear Cactus


edible, Identification, medicinal, spring wildflowers, summer wildflowers, Wildflowers, yellow wildflowers

How to identify prickly pear cactus, plus edible and medicinal uses.

June 21, 2012

Reversed Haploa Moth


Bug, Identification, moth, Photography

Like many other moths, Reversed Haploa can be found resting on low lying leaves. Their coloring makes them stand out against the greenery, amplifying their aesthetic. The wing design reminds me of an ethnic pattern. What do you think of when you see this moth?

June 18, 2012

Tweetle-e-tweet


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It’s official! Dirty Wormy has joined Twitter. You can follow @Dirty Wormy for live updates, plus special secret tidbits that you’ll only get through DW tweets.

June 16, 2012