Monday, November 10, 2014

Monday



Anybody know what this plant is?

Rose hips


Deer on the lawn

5 comments:

Jacqueline Donnelly said...

Those fuzzy puffs are the seed heads of Virgin's Bower, which is a wild native clematis. At this stage, the plant is also called Old Man's Beard.

Nice photo! I love the curling tendrils and how the filaments catch the light.

kipper said...

Yes, it looks like what my mother used to call wild clematis.

Cathy said...

Jacqueline will have to verify this for me . . but I was about to link you to one of her pictures!

http://saratogawoodswaters.blogspot.com/2013/12/a-winter-weeds-walk-at-bog-meadow.html

threecollie said...

Thank you, Jacqueline, I was hoping you would see this and tell me what it was. Pretty stuff this time of year!

Kipper, thanks, I didn't know where to even begin to look for it.

Cathy, thank you too!

Terry and Linda said...

With Fuzzy not here now( he was the guard dog) we have deer on the lawn also. :(

Linda
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