I'm Aihs I'm a senior in psychology, ethnobotany, and sustainable energy student. I study and harvest mindfully on Lower Tanana Dene Lands. In my current ethnobotanical research, I am most interested in studying pain management and reduction involving the Lamiaceae family and the usefulness of invasive flowers such as dandelion.
Thanks for getting these completed. Nice photography! Just remember that the monocots always have parts in threes or multiple of 3s: 3 petals, 3 sepals, 3 carpels. So the daylily would have 3 sepals and 3 petals, since both look the same, they are often called tepals.