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  1. Lovely and familiar! That’s what the ‘meadow’ of my back forty looks like right now. How high that Joe-Pye weed has grown with all this rain we’ve had! I won’t traipse out into it though, because I’ll disturb all the bunnies and I’ll probably get ticks πŸ˜‰
    But I do admire it — particularly when the lightning bugs light it up!

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    • Thanks, Joey. The meadows are thick and lush with all of the rain. I don’t blame you for not wanting to disturb the bunnies….and ticks. I stayed on the edge and appreciated it from a safe distance. πŸ™‚
      I admire a meadow, too. There’s just something serene and beautiful in a field of flowers that just sprang up on its own—I guess it’s the tangled, unkempt wildness of it. And, of course, the lightening bugs are a bonus! πŸ™‚

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  2. Very beautiful. Our meadows are similar in Canada, the milkweed, Queen’s Lace (sometimes called wild carrot), brown eyed Susan’s, and those tasty looking blackberries. Yum, I could just taste one, looking at your picture. The one plant I don’t recognise is the deep purple one with the butterflies.
    Thanks for sharing! πŸ™‚
    ~Carl~

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