A little loosestrife

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Scrolling back through August's folder of photographs I discovered some that I'm sure never made it to the cold face of the blog. I suspect I forgot about them or forgot I've already shared them. Either way, here's a look back to wildflowers of weeks gone by. Here is some lovely purple loosestrife which bloomed with vigour along river banks. In a book I recently read they were described as long purples.

 Water mint also flourished, with bees clamouring over the flowers.

Seeds galore, ready to be set free on a breeze. I suspect they're long gone after the tail end of hurricane battered the country.
Take care,

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  1. Your photos are very soothing and serene. I have a splitting headache and I've had a late day after meeting a friend after school.

  2. These do have a certain serenity. I'd love to have some long purples and water mint around our pond. I wonder if seeds are available...
    Your blog is such an inspiration for my garden


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