What’s in a name?

Cut-Leafed Toothwort

Cardamine concatenata (Dentaria laciniata)

• Family: Mustard (Brassicaceae)
• Habitat: rich, moist woods
• Height: 8-15 inches
• Flower size: 3/4 inch across
• Flower color: white
• Flowering time: April to June
• Origin: native

Phillip…Lover Of Horses…Greek Origin

So what’s in a name, anyway?

Plants are named after full fruition, when we can see how they relate to the world.

Humans are named before full fruition, and given a name to live up to.

So what’s in a name, anyway?

Gianna D’Angelo – Caro nome (1958)

Be well, and at peace,

Phil

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One Comment on “What’s in a name?”

  1. Sebastiane Says:

    Interesting point. Love it! 🙂


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