Very cool! It does rather resemble an elf or something, so probably shouldn't eat it, just in case!
Cool shot, Leah. Have you ever eaten anything made from/with cattail?
Thanks Hilary and dfBag Lady.I haven't eaten anything from a cattail yet, Hilary, but I intend to try it.I'll make sure it's not a magical creature in disguise first, of course.
Oh, very lucky shot Leah! Cattail elves are very hard to find. I had forgotten they are edible along with all the other things they can be used for. Just another one of natures perfect plants.
I'm very blessed to have found a cattail elf, Reb.Nature wil look after us if we let her.
Now that is one fuzzy cattail! :) I've never seen one quite so fuzzy (well, except for the tail on my big, long-haired cat, LOL!).I like what you said, "Nature will look after us, if we let her." True, so true.
Thomma Lyn, that was about the fuzziest cattail ever. Thanks.
It's lovely and reminds me of some folk art santas and snowmen I saw at a craft show. I wonder if they used fuzzy cat tails to make them?
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