Monday, May 24, 2010

Blue Flags

Summer must be near. The first Blue Flag appeared this morning.

Blue Flags appear in poetry and literature. Gene Stratton-Porter, an Indiana author, put them in her books. Anywhere you need a breath of summer you need a Blue Flag.

Just don't eat this delicate looking flower; it's poisonous to humans and animals. And the sap can cause dermatitis.

They grow wild in and near wetlands in Indiana.

Source: Wikipedia

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