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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Hold On tightly

 I just had to honor one of my favorite flowers a last time.
Chicory (Cichorium intybus)
 She will leave with August when it packs heat and humidity, leaving September behind 
 A couple days ago I showed you the other side of this country road.
 You deserve to have both sides of the story.
Chicory, delightfully combined with Queen anne's lace, Mullein and a sprinkling of Black-eyed susan.
Aaahhh . . . . I shall hold on to Summer as long as it will allow me.
For, like the Chicory, it will soon be gone.


Sandra said...

beautiful, and I bet that ant in the last photo will miss them toooo

TexWisGirl said...

absolutely beautiful and natural.

Out on the prairie said...

The blue always catches my eye along the roadsides.

JSK said...

I was envious over the Chickory photos in you last post. Now I'm just plain jealous! :-)

Cassy said...

Simply beautiful.

Cassy from Beginner Free Guitar Lessons

pumpkydine said...

Looks like a dreamy little country road bordered with a nice old fence and adorned with natures finest for one last show!

Sandra said...

the night blooming cactus, better known as Queen of the night, is not hard to grow, it has been there climbing that tree for more than 22 years now and we have never touched it or watered it. where you are might have to be in a pot to take inside in the winter.

Rick said...

Chicory - one of my favourite wildflowers - gorgeous colour ! I think the sides of our roads are festooned much like yours.

NCmountainwoman said...

I do love the wildflowers, especially chicory. Nice photographs.