It was bound to happen sooner or later. In my opinion we've had a wonderful fall. This is our first snow of the year. Nasturtiums are still blooming in the hangers on the porch. The willows are sagging already and I don't think it's snowed that much? Brrrr! It is supposed to warm up a bit, enough to grab the last of the seed from the garden. (Fingers crossed)
I went west yesterday, to the Ram Falls area. My goal was to find delphinium 👍, and what I think is Pulsatilla occidentalis, chalice flower. and gravel 👍. I had found this seed last time I went this way, a couple years ago... yes it's been that long since I did that road. I grew that seed out and I have a pot of them to go in the garden.
Whether you go up or down it, at a seed hunter's pace, it's a whole day trip. And you don't want to do that road with tires that are wearing down, I was there!
I really didn't stop until I got to the Ram Falls area, got the seed I wanted, and then came home.