Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Wild things growing by the Kentucky wayside
Still wanting to share with you some of the things we saw on the roadside during our Kentucky weekend. Deb, a kind neighbor and the owner of Al, Blacky, Buddy and Cici, pointed out vegetation and relayed some very interesting stories and folklore along the way.
I just really like Queen Anne's Lace. I would even like to PLANT some in my flower gardens. They are so pretty in bouquets with other flowers. One of my memories of growing up is to pick Queen Anne's Lace, bring it home, and put it in a jar with food coloring ... then watch it change color.
And a very interesting fossil rock - looks like an interesting critter there, huh?