Wildflowers of Fall

Wildflowers of Fall

The wild asters of October are blooming in greater numbers than I can recall seeing in recent years, here in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. I guess they like dry, hot weather…92 degrees here today and we haven’t seen measurable rain in months!

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2 responses to “Wildflowers of Fall

  1. Furr Shur. I just said the same thing to someone in Montana who had posted a Showy Aster. I said I had never seen them so prolific and thick. Indeed the dry weather must be just their thing. Perhaps it has thinned out the less hardy plants and made lots and lots of room for the asters. They and the goldenrod make these lovely impressionist landscapes all over. I just gotta move to the mountains.

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