Although, you couldn't tell from the sweat running down my back it must be true.
Seeing early as well as late day dragonflies again. Brown ones; pretty green
ones. I'm optimistic but know it's just a tease. This part of FL is a lo-o-ong
way from cool weather.
Mine was a humid steadly-warming morning of deadheading two or three flocks
of "Florida Elephant's Foot":
<http://zipcodezoo.com/Key/Plantae/Elephantopus_Genus.asp#Photos a slowly
migratory wildflower that, if left to its own devices, eventually dominate the
clearing. On the positive side, the stuff does choke out that damnable
bahiagrass that the cattle people introduced years ago.
Now, though, it's time to relax with a cuppa Ceylon single-estate FOP and
watch the soap with DW.
If that ain't gardening, then, I don't know what is....
USDA zone 9a/b, peninsular Florida, U.S.A.
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