Isn’t this an extraordinary tiny flower for another World Wild Aster Day? It’s all leaf and height (2-3.5 feet tall) and such a little bloom on the top, but after a rain it was still standing and I am sure the bees appreciate it in damp areas, such as river banks and wetlands, despite its size. The flower would normally have between 3-5 petals, I discovered, though some have none at all. Enjoy today’s oddity, as we realize that even the ‘weeds’ we see have a purpose and contribute to the environment in ways we barely understand. View all posts on the Home page. A Flower a Day #362
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