Life can be surprising. Are you ever tempted to pick a few ears in the late summer before harvest? Or is it not human edible corn?
What a nice view--so green and lush.
Tabor, yes about picking some corn.when it is just a bubble and tender.I remember in past years people used the field corn for eating and freezing. Now it seems they plant other varieties.Judy, thank you - healing wishes sent to you....
I could just cry when I see all these pretty pictures on blogs. We're so dry everything is suffering. I think field corn is what we ate when I was a child. I didn't care ~ liked it raw.
Gorgeous day lilies - is the lovely fuzzy plant in the second image Lamb's Ears? I so wish I lived just next to a corn field!
Charlotte, you are right about the corn. Can remember this is what my grandmother and mother cooked.Cate, yes, Lambsear and the crop field is about 15 or 20 feet in front of my cottage - wanted the least grass too cut :) they rotate with wheat and soybeans.
How nice to see all those busy bees!! Everything looks very healthy there right now. We have so much of that lambs ear in our garden. It comes up everywhere and I have to weed it out! Love it, though, as it offers a different texture. Nice to have the cornfield view!!
What lovely pictures. What a wonderful thing: to look outside your window and see your corn fields. You inspire me. I am so glad I was able to leave a comment tonight and so glad I had some time this evening to do a little catching up. I hope to reenter the blogging world and promise to be a regular here, again.
Marcia and Ellen, thank you...
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