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Embark on a Visual Journey into Grant County’s Flora

We invite you to embark on a visual journey through the breathtaking flora of Grant County with Andrew Tree, an amateur naturalist and skilled photographer. Discover the hidden beauty of our local plant life through Grant County Flora, a Facebook page dedicated to capturing and sharing the wonders of the botanical world.

As you immerse yourself in the captivating photographs, you’ll witness the intricate details and vibrant colors that make our flora truly remarkable. Andrew’s passion for the subject shines through in every image, offering a glimpse into the enchanting world of wildflowers and native plants.

Littleleaf Rhatany – Krameria erecta. Photography: Andrew Tree

Grant County Flora is more than just a collection of stunning photos. It’s a community where engagement is encouraged and appreciated. Andrew welcomes your contributions and invites you to share any locations with public access that boast an abundance of wildflowers. By collaborating, we can collectively uncover more breathtaking spots and expand our knowledge of the local flora.

While Andrew diligently researches flower identifications, he acknowledges that he’s not infallible. If you happen to spot a misidentification, your expertise is valued. Feel free to leave a comment and help enhance the accuracy of the collection, ensuring that the botanical information provided is as comprehensive as possible.

Mexican Poppy – Eschscholzia californica ssp. mexicana. Photography: Andrew Tree

For those who are passionate about native plants and wildflowers, Grant County Flora is just the beginning. Explore other Facebook pages and groups that delve deeper into this fascinating realm. Consider joining “Native Plants of New Mexico” and “Gila Native Plant Society” to further enrich your understanding and appreciation of our regional flora.

If your visit to Grant County Flora leaves you inspired and captivated, we encourage you to show your support by liking, following, and sharing the page with your friends. Spread the word about this captivating journey into the world of botanical wonders, and invite others to embark on their own exploration.

Chocolate Flower – Berlandiera lyrata. Photography: Andrew Tree

Thank you for visiting Grant County Flora and being part of this vibrant community. Start your botanical adventure today and revel in the awe-inspiring beauty of Grant County’s flora.

Like, follow, and share the wonder: Click here to visit Grant County Flora

The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Southwest Word Fiesta™ or its steering committee.

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We respectfully acknowledge that the entirety of southwestern New Mexico is the traditional territory, since time immemorial, of the Chis-Nde, also known as the people of the Chiricahua Apache Nation. The Chiricahua Apache Nation is recognized as a sovereign Native Nation by the United States in the Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Friendship of 1 July 1852 (10 Stat. 979) (Treaty of Santa Fe ratified 23 March 1853 and proclaimed by President Franklin Pierce 25 March 1853).

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