Finishing up July|Outdoors My Home Window

St. John’s wort on the South Side, 17 July 2022 (picture by Kate St. John)

30 July 2022

Finishing Up July …

St. John’s wort’s yellow blossoms constantly attract my interest since the plant shares my name. Discover what remains in the name in this vintage short article from 2012.

This month I discovered that chicory blossoms ( Cichorium sp) last just one day. On an unclear early morning I located this, hardly open as well as destined shrivel by mid-day. Find out more at #bioPGH Blog Site: Chicory, Dickory, Dock– The Flowers get on the Clock

Chicory opening up on a gloomy early morning, Schenley Park, 22 July 2022 (picture by Kate St. John)

We had numerous incredible dawns in July, specifically this on the 17th.

Strike 17 July 2022 (picture by Kate St. John)

Quickly we’ll claim greetings to August.

( pictures by Kate St. John)

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