This old squirrel doesn’t feature too many non- aquatic plants, but here’s one that caught Ol’ Wally’s eye. Common Teasel, Dipsacus fullonum.
But the top’s not why.
Heh, isn’t this great? These leaves have formed a natural water catchment from the fused leaves. This one is a bit from blooming, but more interesting than the bloom. Pretty good on these summer days when we have brief showers every day. Now if only the stems were a mite friendlier to climb.