Feb. 22, 2018

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Here's the whole flowering head of a wrinkleleaf goldenrod.  I've always enjoyed the far apart arching branches.  They're kind of like tables set for the visiting pollinators.  It's easy to fly in and pick a spot.  Kind of like the old drive-ins with long rows of places to park radiating from the central building.  They only lack ladybugs on roller skates.