I'm still working on pictures and the finishing touches on this program: "The North Country Trail in Michigan." Also tweaking "Botanizing Along the North Country Trail" as well. Found pictures of this beautiful plant.
This is a relative of the common amaranth, but it has an odd name, and wonderful flowers. Its name is odd- Strawberry Blite. It is neither a blight nor a strawberry. I just read that the flowers are edible. Wish I'd known that when we saw them. I've never seen them before or since. Its scientific name is Chenopodium capitatum
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