Asters

Aster wildflower

It’s something so small, but they feed our bees on these warm fall days.

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And have quite a variety of color as they age.

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2 thoughts on “Asters

  1. So pretty. Do you know anything about those tiny pink berries in the top photo? I saw a bunch along the nearby river. I’ve probably known and forgotten their name.

    • They are a flowering plant commonly called knotweed, in the genus Persicaria. We don’t have a photo of them, but will look around and see if any plants are still blooming. Thanks for asking!
      Nutmeg

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