Summery thoughts

As I mentioned earlier, the cold settled in this week. I didn’t want to wait until next April for things to warm up! I find that living in the country present great photo ops. All of these pictures were taken on my very own property.

I am not a mushroom expert. I am not be able to identify this one…


Queen Anne’s Lace (Daucus carota) is so delicate and pretty but quite the pest as well. Like many members of the carrot family, it has phytotoxins which means that the chemical in the plants react when exposed to sunlight.




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