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Thank you Li and Gene. (LOL Gene)
Great weed patch LOL :-))))
Nice photo, Sancy! It's so fun to see the world through they eyes of jigidiers!
Aw, glad you got to use your new book Laura.Thanks Celeste and robyn.
Wooly Mullien - what a strange name!! They look healthy - they must thrive on neglect!!!
they look woolly. Great pic Chickie.aaahhhchoooo.. oops
These are Woolly Mullein! I found them in my new book :o)
Thank you JiggyBelle, Suzy, roseheather, madhat, morris and Claudia.No, no, no, don't fire the gardener Suzy!!! She'll be back when the mud dries up and her life gets back to normal.Those are flowers Claudia. If I get a chance, I will try to find some more so I can get a close-up of the flowers.
There are some similar weeds here. Actualy, Those I see here have pistils cover of yellow pollen. I couldn't get if those in the pic are cover by flowers or pollen as here in Brazil. Beautiful pic, Sandy, thanks.
Thanks for the name, Dave. Cool weeds, chickie!
At last I know what they are. I spread a wildflower packet in the flower garden. Those things popped up everywhere. I keep having to pull them out or they will take over. Probably good for an area where they can be confined better than what I can do.
Oh, PKH, I have one of those too female gardner who should be fired. The other gardener does his best, however ... ; )
I am "cultivating" mullein in one of my back terraces, that seems to have been ignored by the gardner the past 2 years. (She should be fired!)Oftentimes mullein is found in herb and medicinal gardens of museums of colonial homes.
You have such pretty weeds, chickie!
You sure know your weeds Dave. LOL Thank you Graciela.
Never seen these kind of "weeds" before but they are nice, just look at the flowers! thanks chickie
The Mullien plants are in full bloom. They are a biannual, but they have some pretty neat colors as cultivars available for the garden these days. I think they have medicinal properties, too, as a tea or compress.
Thank you roseheather, jc and BrightSky. : )
Nice photo - thanks. I live in Northern Virginia, outside Washington DC, and our world is so manicured that I almost never see roadside plants. Hadn't realized how I miss them till I saw this.
Those weeds are everywhere, chickie!
Great mix of plants here!I like your road trip photos/puzzles. ; ) Saw something yesterday, along the highway, when we went to recycle some construction scraps and thought about your puzzles.