Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Photo Taken the 20th for Wordless Wednesday

13 comments:

  1. All I can say is it is a pretty yellow!

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  2. Could it be spring already?:)

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  3. I believe those could survive anything... I love to see the Goldfinches feeding on them in the spring.

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  4. Your photo is pretty, we pull these up like crazy around here.

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  5. Is it wrong that I want to spray that thing with herbicide?

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  6. That is one tenacious Dandelion.

    I gave you an award over on my blog. I know you don't want them but you got it anyway. You don't have to participate in the forward... :)

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  7. I look at your header and it reminds me of my back yard.
    Where the heck did all the color go ?!! And when are those leaves going to stop dropping so they all can be raked up.
    Ok...just had to say that.

    The dandelion in late November reminds me of how strong those little suckers can be.

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  8. Dandelions are the flower of the poet.
    I always enjoy seeing them knowing the bees will have some food when all the other flowers are gone.
    Sherry

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  9. Sue,

    I'm not going to tell any lies here. I love Dandelions and you might ask why? Well if you get enough of them you can make wine out of them and even better in the earliest days of spring you can find the first butterflies of the season enjoying them. So all said and done this is a fun post. Sorry I was not very wordless.

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  10. Thanks for the comments. You know, I can't really be wordless. Larry digs out all dandelions he sees. This was across the street near the driveway and my veggie garden there. I usually pull the flowers off of dandelions I see, and maybe attempt a bit of a pull out, but this one I left alone. I decided that it would get frozen before it gets a chance to go to seed.

    Sherry and Randy, after reading your comments, I think I'll leave a few flowers for the bees and butterflies, although I don't think we get them as early in the season as you do.

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  11. haha, Sue! I came across a patch the other day and was just grateful that 'something' is blooming!
    Lynn ;)

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  12. Sue I want to wish you and your family a very wonderful and Happy Thanksgiving. I hope you are surrounded by those you love and who love you. Big kiss to that adorable grandson of yours!
    LeSan

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  13. I love them they feed the earliest bees! Have a great holiday. gail

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