Here's another Carex, C. grayii. I find that it looks a little coarse in the spring and there were several springs where it had looked completely battle-weary. In fact, I thought it was toast on a couple of occasions. But am kind of happy it's just fine. Had never seen such good seed heads on it. Sort of an aha moment, "Now I understand this plant." Think this may be Frosted Curls - good colour.
Does this not say, "Barbara get out your glue gun! It's pine cone presents for everyone!"
They were warning people on the Burlington Skyway that the high winds were dangerous. What do you suppose that means? Be sure to pack a life preserver in case you're plucked from the hideously high bridge and tossed into Lake Ontario. Finding that moment to capture the fall crocus was tricky - they were blowing everywhere.....very pretty.
This is a seed head from a perennial geranium - name escapes me. Got it from Belinda at Triffids - the plant itself doesn't get too big and self seeds in a well mannered fashion.