Mmmmm…sounds like a delightful start to the day and it was. To be clear, I had my usual bowl of sticks and twigs with fruit and milk, a glass of OJ and a handful of supplements. The Butter and Eggs followed a bit later.
I guess that’s about enough silliness.. I am talking about one of my favorite wildflowers. Linaria vulgaris is a late summer blooming member of the Plantaginaceae family which, as you may guess by looking at the image below, holds the snapdragons as well. It is always an exciting time for me when I start to see them along roadsides and other less than lush fertile areas where it is considered a non-native invasive. Invasive or not, I am always pleased to find these.
One from this past August that I neglected to share back then.
And, for anyone interested, here is the system I have on order with Puget Systems. Based on my experience with them so far, and the recommendations of several online friends, I think I am going to be pleased. Everything is hand built with quality components, one at a time, and the unit is tested extensively before shipping. If it is hard to read, click it for a better look as is the case for the other images as well.