Wildflowers in Winter - A Winter Image
This is week two in Elizabeth Joy's plan to rise above the winter blues and to plant the blogosphere with wild flowers. I'm just getting my post in under the wire. Whew. Today, during my lunch break, I took these pictures of Teasel. They grow along the edge of the creek that comes out of the mountains and cuts through the middle of town. Many of you crafty people will recognize it as a popular addition to winter centerpieces and decor. I prefer to see teasel decorating the snowy walk, and providing a place for small birds to perch or hide. The snow was melting today. Yesterday it provided fluffy white caps and coats on the frozen plants around the region. I love teasel in any season. To join in the fun, make tracks over to the Wildflowers in Winter wonderland. Enjoy!