FOTD – July 23, 2019 – Teasel

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The name teasel derives from words such as Old English tǣsl, tǣsel; relating to the verb “to tease” – the dried heads of the plant were once used in the textile industry to raise the nap on woolen cloth.  The seeds are an important winter food resource for some birds, notably the European goldfinch. Teasels are often grown in gardens and encouraged on some nature reserves to attract them.

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Cee

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  2. Love the leftover blooms of the thistle:) Here’s mine – sorry don’t know the name of these in the Huntington Library Gardens in Pasadena for FOTD – Hope you’re having a great summer?

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