As you drive along the country roads of West Tennessee in the late summer and autumn, you are likely to see a burst of pale bluish-purple wildflowers growing along the way. The Mistflower grows in clusters, and its fluffy-looking flowers are magnets for butterflies, moths and other insects which are attracted to its nectar.
“There are many things in life that will catch you eye, but only a few will catch your heart. Pursue these.” ~Michael Nolan
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You are blessed to have an extended warm season. I’m pulling out the sweaters and turning on the heat this week.
It’s suppose to be 87 here tomorrow, but generally, we are beginning to get some cooler weather. These photos were taken at the end of September.
Thank you, Cindy!