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Whitehurst Diaries: Joys of Late Summer

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By Sharon Whitehurst

I found three exquisite examples of the joys of late summer and included them in this album.

You have other examples. I found elderberries hanging in heavy glossy clusters, sunflower charmers. and naturalized morning glories, which persist in spite of the many I zealously uproot.

Wikipedia states that there are more than 200 species of morning glories in the family convulvulus. I like the descriptive common name, bindweed. -Sharon Whitehurst



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Whitehurst Diaries: Joys of Late Summer, Elderberries



2011-08-17 - Old Gradyville RD, Gradyville, KY - Photo by Sharon Whitehurst.
Elderberries hang in heavy glossy clusters. -Sharon Whitehurst

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Whitehurst Diaries: Joys of Late Summer, Sunflower



2011-08-17 - Old Gradyville RD, Gradyville, KY - Photo by Sharon Whitehurst.
Sunflower charmers. -Sharon Whitehurst

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Whitehurst Diaries: Joys of Late Summer, Morning Glory



2011-08-17 - Old Gradyville RD, Gradyville, KY - Photo by Sharon Whitehurst.
Bindweed Naturalized morning glories persist in spite of the many I zealously uproot. Wikipedia states that there are more than 200 species in the family convulvulus - I like the descriptive common name, bindweed. -Sharon Whitehurst

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