I pulled this disgusting fully engorged tick off my cat’s eyelid the other day.
It is really important to be aware of these life-changing, disease-spreading pathogens.
Read up on precautionary advice for minimizing exposure to them, it’s really good mportant for your well being.
So I texted him pictures of a few yesterday, sharing them with you.
Itea, summer flowering with intense red fall color.
Bottlebrush buckeye about to flower with the red horsechestnut shining with it’s glossy leaves just below it.
I find well written opinions as appealing as fresh arugula picked from my garden and eaten on the hoof.
I find great reporting as fascinating as old black and white movies showing intentional head on collisions between smoke billowing locomotives.
Every now and then I include these articles if I find them timely, pertinent, and moving.
Nothing to do with “summer horticulture,” but this belongs in the national dialog.
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