Posted on | August 31, 2016 | No Comments
Rising above the corral fence, our row of Mammoth variety sunflowers have opened their blooms to the late August world.
One particular bloom has a yellow seed bed, unique among the others standing nearby with their brownish-black centers edged by yellow leaves.
Not one of a kind outside of our garden, but different enough to star as the subject of this post:
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