Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Late summer wetlands wildflowers

Pretty blue-mauve flower

What are these? Are they the flowers that are antidotes to poison ivy? (In England, you often find dock leaves, an antidote, growing close to stinging nettles.)

Lots of ferns, various shapes-and-sizes

... and a tiny little flower, shaped like a cockle, or a broom flower.

Wild jasmine?

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