in Thoreau’s Journal:
The interregnum in the blossoming of flowers being well over, many small flowers blossom now in the low grounds, having just reached their summer. It is now dry enough, and they feel the heat their tenderness required.
The autumnal flowers, and johnswort, goldenrods, asters, though they have made demonstrations, have not yet commenced to reign.
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