But sunflowers weren't the only beauties out that day. Look at these lacy wild carrots... or is it wild garlic. They're very similar in appearance and we didn't stop to let me taste them...pity!
Another common site in Quebec and Ontario is sumac. Brilliant red paint brushes with big green leaves that turn brilliant orange in the Fall. I love them!
Just don't confuse them with Turkish sumac berries that are most commonly used in cooking! Apparently there is a difference. And you might want to look at them from afar since some are poisonous like poison ivy and oak! Yikes!!!! Cool factoid: Chipawa Indians used to use it in food, as medicine for stomach ailments and fabric dye.
This time around, I really will have to see what everyone else submits so I get to eat something!