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3 Responses to FLOWER OF THE DAY – Mules Ear

  1. lghiggins says:

    Any idea why it is called that? I expected to see a plant with large, fuzzy leaves!

    • It is one of the first plant to arrive. The ears looqek like a mule. If you look closely you can see something has been eating. Not cattle or sheep as this area is not used cattle. There are plenty of deer and antelope. It is a marsh that was drained, yet.

  2. lghiggins says:

    Later I thought of the plant I expected to see—lamb’s ear. This one is very different.

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