Hey there! Got a good one for you this week, something seen quite commonly in our suburbs.
Give it a guess!
This common wildflower is one of the many Goldenrod or Solidago species that claim old field habitats, roadsides or sunny wood edges. It bloomed in late summer and over the fall months, but we just never caught a photo until it dried up. Here’s what you humans will see if you’re rushing by.
Maybe stop for a closer look next time you see those dried up plants. That’s what Nutmeg is always bugging me to do!