Creosote

Creosote isn’t known for its flowers.  They are small, like the leaves.  Creosote is better known for petrichor – the smell of the desert after a rain.
creosote

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3 Responses to Creosote

  1. seabluelee says:

    You know I LOVE this one! And don’t forget those cute, fuzzy little seed balls. When we were kids we used to pretend they were pills and would swallow them. We were probably just a little bit crazy. And thanks for introducing me to petrichor, a word I didn’t know. I looked it up for more info, and found this, which I thought might interest you: http://theconversation.com/the-smell-of-rain-how-csiro-invented-a-new-word-39231

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