I don't think I have ever seen any!! Very cool!
My grandpa often mentioned poke weed but I think this is the first time I've seen it.
Very good capture.
Uma bela fotografia.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Hello, I leave some pokeweed growing because the birds love the berries in the fall. Great shot. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!
What an interesting plant! Thanks for sharing.Robin
...it sure can grow!
Hello there---my computer has been down for a few days but somehow I managed to find other ways to climb aboard. I don't think we have poke weed here but I have heard about it forever it seems.neat shot.MB
I like the nature of the poke weed. It's configuration is inherently interesting. I like it.
It's a little early for Poke weed up here, but it won't be long. I never knew what it was until a blog friend, maybe you, posted about it.
Lovely capture and i could see spider's web!
I love to see the various plants and flowers in the different states. This is pretty, Rose.~Sheri
I've seen this but didn't know what it was called. Nice capture.
tiny flowers but so good looking :)
So nice to see the fine spiders web on it too ...All the best Jan
poke weed brings back fond memories of KY in my youth, it was every where there
Seen it, picked it, cooked it, ate it, wasn't crazy about it, but my Mom was!
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