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Nature: Fulmars can drink that drop

Nature: Fulmars can drink that drop

Native Americans called this “the month when the berries are ripe” and so it is.  Blueberries, blackberries, cranberries and raspberries are ready for the picking. Asters are in full bloom and so is steeple bush. This lovely flower has soft pink blossoms at the top of the stem branch. Garden heliotrope dominates the scene along the road with its large half rounded white to pale pink flowering heads. ...



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