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This is member of the coneflower family. It blooms from late summer to early fall along roadsides, in meadows and in open woods. They spring up quickly and can grow in almost any kind of soil. They generally grow in large patches and enjoy the company of other wildflowers like Common Knapweed and Red Clover. Passekeag, New Brunswick, Canada. Captured on a CASIO EX-H20G

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black eyed susan, wild coneflowers, wildflower, yellow flowers, wildflowers of new brunswick, wildflowers of canada, wildflowers of the atlantic provinces, wildflowers of the maritimes, new brunswick, canada, atlantic canada, the maritimes

I never leave the front door without my camera. I can’t seem to put it down for long. Perhaps that makes me an addict rather than an enthusiast ~ sometimes it is hard to tell the difference. But, in any case, thank you very much for taking the time to browse through my collection. I hope you enjoy what you see! ~ Sincerely, Katie

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  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 1 year ago

    A fine detailed capture and great description

  • thank you on both counts! so glad you like it!

    – Kathleen Daley

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