He likes the seeds from this volunteer (unknown) wildflower that produces 7 ft tall spikes.
The flower is a Woolly Mullein. The velvety leaves were used long ago to line moccasins & shoes to keep out the cold. A tea made from the leaves was used to treat colds. The leaves can soothe sunburn. The flowers & roots were used to treat ailments from earache to croup.
What a great picture!
Awesome shot! Love these guys!
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