Driving the roads in late summer, three plants are noticeable for their abundance and colours. The Queen Anne's Lace, Chicory and as we move into fall the Goldenrod all dominate the roadsides, ditches and fencelines more than any other plants. They seem to me to be such big indicators of the late summer season.
These three late summer 'weeds' are actually bright flowers that add a lot of beautiful colour to our countryside! And they represent the late summer season to me more than any other flowers.