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In A Vase On Monday – Wild Things

  Though my garden is finished, I picked these wild goldenrod flowers (Solidago sp.) on a walk last week. Nearby was a delightfully-curled, dried stalk of grass, which I tucked into an old bottle. Simple things can be so pleasing, even … Continue reading

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For plants, Autumn is about setting fruit and producing seeds; ensuring the perpetuation of the species is the purpose of life in Nature. Above is a seed pod from Turk’s Cap Lily (Lilium canadense), now dry and beginning to split open, awaiting the … Continue reading

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