Sunday, October 4, 2009

Snapshot: Early Oct: Willow Leaf and Thistle

A touch of color and a night or two with nip suggest we may yet see a Fall.  And hasn't this been an odd season.  More rain than I have ever seen, with little Second-Spring editions, from Gardenias to Queen Anne's Lace, to Honeysuckle (in much smaller numbers) -- dotting the Indian Summer landscape.

The Most visible of the Early October flowers are the Yellow Tickseed, Willow Leaf Sunflowers, and Godlen Rod (see posts below) making for a truly golden brew.

(Picture of Purple thistle to come)

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