Being one of the possibly millions of people, allergic to this stuff, I can only appreciate it's beauty in a picture! Thanks, Jim!
Goldenrod on the prairies is much smaller and thicker. Probably because there's less water. But still, nothing says "August" like goldenrod.
I love Goldenrod ! It gets a bad wrap because it blooms the same time as rag weed,that gives folks allergies,here and people think it is what makes them sneeze. I have heard the the blooms diffused in oil make a good rub for sore muscles.I would love to see some of your knitting projects!
I feel a sneezing fit coming on, but it was worth it!
Very pretty indeed! We just discovered that this pesky weed called 'Purslane' is high in Omega 3. Now we eat it in salads!Wyatt's Mom
I love to see areas where the goldenrod mingles with the purple and white asters. The colors, mixed like that, are so pleasing.
Beautiful contrast against the darker water.
Hey, I'll take anything that blooms! It's a pretty wildflower.
I grow a bit in my garden and use it quite a lot for flower arranging- but oh dear ! it does rather take over though doesn`t it ?
so pretty...love the photo of Sophie...I can relate to that photo...
Humble and yet glowing!
This reminds me a bit of Scotch Broom, which is all over the place out here - considered a weed, but so bright and cheery in color. However, it does provoke allergies, as it sounds like Goldenrod does.I'm glad that your trip went well - would love to hear more about your antique shop adventures on the cape!
Lovely goldenrod! Sweet Sophie!
These are absolutely beautiful photographs - there is depth and a real contrast in the colours. Nice one dahlink!
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.