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I thought summer was coming to a close when the fireweed (epilobium angustofolium) blooms opened all the way at the top of the flower
There are many signs of the end of summer. I've seen a few early trees showing fall color already.
If the goldenrod's out, can the ragweed be far behind? That's a sure sign summer's winding down...achoo-o-o!
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