for the chickadees.
In my last post I waxed on about the flowers at my sister's wedding, but did not actually show the flowers "at the wedding." As we tumble toward fall I am savoring this time of flowers even more, wanting to harness the warmth of the earth, the sun induced stress of plants that urges them to flower, the harvesting and holding on to the beauty of such blossoms for brief moments before they wilt, decay and shift back toward the earth. Rather than go on and on about the divinity of the flowers from the wedding, I'll let them speak for themselves. May I introduce the amazing, glorious, ever enticing beauty of August flowers in the Northeast of the United States: ranunculus, anemone, tea rose, columbine, zinnia, strawflowers and oh so many more.