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There is as yet no ethic dealing with man's relation to land and to the animals and plants which grow upon it. Land, like Odysseus' slave-girls, is still property. The land-relation is still strictly economic, entailing privileges but not obligations.
~Aldo Leopold ~

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Nodding Wild Onion occurs in large, scattered areas, most notably in much of the midwest and along the Rocky Mountains. It sports narrow leaves and a spray of flowers that nod from a slender central stalk.

Nodding Wild Onion
Photo: Mike Habeck.

Nodding Wild Onion flowers in summer, and prefers open areas such as prairies, meadows, and even roadsides. This individual was in the Chiwaukee Prairie, in southeastern Wisconsin.