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Click on each photo to see a larger version and click again to zoom in to see close-up. The nasturtium has details that I had never noticed with the naked eye. And remember, please do not take these photos or share them without express permission from me. Thank you.

Purple coneflower waiting for the sun to come up

Purple coneflower waiting for the sun to come up. This is a cultivar that I purchased three years ago at a warehouse club before I knew that nursery plants are often sprayed with neonicotinoid pesticides which kill pollinators.

Bee balm seeds forming, last petals falling off

Bee balm seeds forming, last petals falling off. This reseeds every year.

Giant nasturtium is an edible plant, flowers and leaves. So fragrant, too!

Giant nasturtium is an edible plant: you can eat both flowers and leaves. So fragrant, too!

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