Friday, November 1, 2013

Midwest Nature Quote of the Week

Many species of sunflowers, asters, and goldenrods bring up parade’s end in September and early October, some flowering well after the first autumn frost. Canada goldenrod, with a plumelike flower head, and rigid goldenrod, with a flat-topped flower head, are two of the most common species. Four species of asters are often abundant in central Iowa.

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