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Sunday, July 17, 2011

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 Little pinkish buds for... something.

 Red berries, of some sort.

 The chamomile is thriving.

 A close-up of a daisy.

The last of the roses. Most are already growing their hips.

 The white flower may be coming from devil's club. It is the only photo I found that matches the HUGE leaves it has, some larger than a dinner plate.

 A shot of a small spot in the yard. The pale violet-purple bloom in the middle is clover.

 Sunflowers are the tall plants. The stuff below is a wild mix I grabbed at the store for the bees and hummingbirds.

 Alyssum in the wild mix above is blooming in a patch in a different area. It is so tiny and sweet.

 Nope, do not remember what these are.

 These are new to our land. I cannot find a photo that matches these at all. The centers are very yellow and the leaves look like, ahem, cannabis. It is not that plant though. It is very short. Maybe a sort of wild hemp?

For the third year in a row, Himself whacked, dug and did everything to prevent the rhubarb from appearing. It did not work, obviously. It is the plant that will not die. It may be an entity by now. The asparagus that we thought we finally got rid of... yes, it is back now too. I should of put something to show the sheer mass of the rhubarb. It is a good 3 to 4 feet across and almost 3 feet tall. I can just see it snatching birds that fly near by, or snapping up a lizard. It might have teeth.

I can smell the cut fields in the night air, with a touch of moisture. The sun has set and the Northern Lights are quiet so far tonight.

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