Pods are all around…

I like how insignificant things like a pod-the weeds container for the seeds-can transition into something of beauty in their final phase of life.The horse-nettle(Solanum carolinese)is a weed that blooms June-September growing 1′-3′(.3m-.9m) with pale lavender flowers.The leaves are rough with toothed and prickly stems.As usual it is found in disturbed areas,sandy soil,ag fields.Now the good part.The pods in this pic are a yellowish color that may be bright if you get it just right.They can make a cool looking arrangement.


pic by td-i found this pod at the edge of a freshly harvested corn field-yes i go all over!Thanks to Jane Embertson’s “Pods”.I love this book!







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