I noticed these nice cloud patterns over our patio pond this week. The rush spikes still have their seed heads. Hold on though- one of them looks a little strange.
Another Cross Spider! They are everywhere. This is just above the spot that was in my last post where a Cross Spider didn’t fare too well.
This rush plant towers over the patio pond. I sometimes forget whether it is a rush or a sedge. Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast by Jim Pojar and Andy MacKinnon offers a semi-rhyme to keep them straight:
Sedges have edges and rushes are round.
Not the catchiest one I’ve ever heard, but it will probably help me to keep them straight!