4 thoughts on “ANOTHER HARBINGER, OF SORTS

    1. Thanks for the nomination, but I’m passing on these for now. Yes, they’re fun, but I’m falling behind on too many fronts at the moment — and the garden, especially, is taking priority.

  1. Your skunk cabbage looks exotic from where I’m writing. I think it has medicinal properties? We only have one wild alum in England, called Lords and Ladies, which is highly toxic but not, thank goodness, stinky.

    1. Most of these do, I suspect, have medicinal qualities. One of the delights in blogging is in hearing from other parts of the world regarding things we take for granted. And the other way around.

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