Sunday, August 18, 2013


This perennial grows in sandy soil in a flower bed bordering a deck with a southern exposure in Lansing, New York.This perennial is commonly known as coneflowers 
or black eyed Susans.


 These berries grow in sandy soil in Lansing, New York on a hillside overlooking Cayuga Lake.  The ripe berry is black.
  In the blackberry, the drupelets remain attached to the core which comes off with the fruit when picked.

Day Lily

August 2013