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wordless wednesday – creosote bush

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thats beautiful.

Comment by vibesandstuff

thanks vibes!

Comment by goodbear

Didn’t know there was such a thing. It’s lovely!

Comment by SandyCarlson

thanks sandy. it has yellow flowers early, early spring, then it turns into white puffballs. the bees love the flowers! these bushes in my back yard are over 100 years old!

Comment by goodbear

That’s a great pic of creosote fruit. I love it!

Comment by Anna& the Pack

What nice puffy seed heads!

I have an excellent book (in French) from a Quebec publisher, pointing out how many dozen years various wildflowers can live. It really is amazing, isn’t it?

Comment by lavenderbay

My owner says that when it rains, creosote bushes smell like, well, creosote. He likes that smell, misses the bushes. Don’t have anything like that in Ohio.

Comment by Checkers

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