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Susa, that sumac is pretty.

Is that by your home?

Is it a non-poisonous sumac?
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Yes! It is non poisonous and is along the wood line. It is as high as the trees. I thought it was a tree, but Ohio says it is a weed.

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Wow, I didn't know they get as big as trees.

Have you seen it before?

What does it look like in the fall? Do the leaves change color?
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Yes! They have always been there. The leaves turn red in the fall.

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Yes! They have always been there. The leaves turn red in the fall.


That must be very pretty.

Can you take a picture for us in the fall?

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I will.

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That is really [sign in to see URL] it's super neat that the leaves change in the fall. emoticon

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Susa, I look forward to seeing the sumac in the fall.
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I will take a picture in the fall. Now let's hope I remembered correctly what color it will be. LOL

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I think this is a picture of them:

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WOW! They really change! That is pretty... emoticon

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Those a really pretty colors!

Susa, is that sumac in the top photo of The Sunroom, the beautiful picture of what I think is a red-headed woodpecker?
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Yes, it is Sue! The thorns are blackberry thorns.

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Queeny Anne's Lace - at first I wasn't sure this was right, but looking up the alternatives, there were two, this is the only one with fuzzy stems. However, my Queen Anne's Lace is missing the purple dot in the middle. From what I read, it doesn't have to have that, but it does have to have fuzzy stems.

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Absolutely beautiful!

This picture is perfect! I love the way the background looks, too.

Is this with your new camera or lens? (I can't remember what you [sign in to see URL] you were getting a new camera or a new lens.)

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Thank you, Sue! It is my old camera. My new camera is to arrive on August 9th.

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It's beautiful. emoticon

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Love the [sign in to see URL] that cardinal is really stunning! emoticon

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Harvestman - He is not a spider

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Also known as daddy longlegs! Love those [sign in to see URL] do so much good. We had a ton of them in the dirt basement of our first house in Buffalo. Hubby wanted to bug bomb down there. He thought I was nuts for saying no. emoticon
Nice shots of him....

Love the wee house finch, especially the one fluffy. Was she taking a bath?

Nice shot of Sumac and Crabapples, love the pink against the deep green.

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My house finch just fluffed up, after she ate, and then flew away.

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]Here is an article about Daddy longlegs (Harvestman)

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I knew most of [sign in to see URL] for the fact that they only have the two eyes, and not the multi faceted ones like spiders, fascinating! emoticon

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that Queen Annes Lace, looks like what we call Cow Parsley, but I don`t think it is
and Sumacs here, spread lengthways,, I love them, but need a larger garden than we have

love you photos Susan, thankyou

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Thank you, Nanny! I have heard my father say "that is Cow Parsley" before. I looked it up and it is not in the USA, so he had to have had that handed down from someone in England.

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That is a cool name. emoticon

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I am sure this is not really interesting to many others, but I did some more research. Cow Parsley is in the United States. It got transplanted here from Europe. It is different than Queeny Anne's lace, though one website said they are the same thing. They have two different scientific names.

Anthriscus sylvestris - Cow Parsley
Daucus carota - Queen Anne's Lace

I am still sure my pictures are Queen Anne's Lace. It has a bigger flower head.



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Susa, it is interesting to me....

You and I are so alike. I had already done some research on Cow Parsley, and found that, although it is not native to the US, it is now found in the US. I can't seem to find the article now, but I think that I read that it was probably brought to the US along with wild flowers.

I read also that it is so invasive that the sale of Cow Parsley is banned in some states.

Does your Queen Anne's Lace smell like carrots?

I would not recommend eating it, though, in case you have misidentified it!
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