March 2021: Outside the plant science building

By Melinda Hatfield at the TAMUC plant science center

These things are everywhere but I only took pictures of the ones that I particularly enjoyed. I most likely looked like a lunatic outside looking through the areas at the prettiest plants.

By Melinda Hatfield at TAMUC plant science center

Other plants where there but they hadn’t adjusted to spring or they might have been dead. I didn’t want to depress you so I didn’t take pictures of the dead looking or dormant plants. No one wants to see a bunch of dead plants, but if you want to I can take pictures next time I come.

By Melinda Hatfield at the TAMUC Plant Science Center

I think I would enjoy this as a ground cover as well but I don’t know if it has any usefulness. I will have to look into it and figure out if it has some use other than spreading like a disease.

By Melinda Hatfield at TAMUC plant science center. This is catnip. It had a sign to tell me that it is catnip

This is a healthy little catnip plant. I love the shape of the leaves and I enjoy seeing it spread. It was one of the plants that came back stronger. It also looks great. They must not have a lot of cats in the area.

By Melinda Hatfield at TAMUC plant science center.

These are beautiful blooms. I was just excited to see there are more flowers blooming around this time.

By Melinda Hatfield at TAMUC plant science center. More catnip

I just wanted to come back and say that I am planting catnip in line with my sprinklers so that it will lure my cats in and then blast them. I know I shouldn’t but they mess up so many of my plants I just can’t help myself.

By Melinda Hatfield at TAMUC plant science center

This is just a really pretty weed that I wanted to share… and below is more clover? Maybe I don’t know. I’ll have to look into it.

By Melinda Hatfield at TAMUC plant science center

I love the color green. Did you know green is my favorite color? These are so pretty.

By Melinda Hatfield at TAMUC plant science center

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