Re: A “Punctual and Faithful” Flower, Spider Lily (律儀な花:彼岸花)

[In English]

When the Autumnal Equinox Day approaches, I cannot help but be surprised to find these red flowers PUNCTUALLY starting blooming at around berms or paths between paddy fields.
Seems to be a bit slightly later this autumn than a usual year though, probably due to that extraordinary hotness this past summer…

[In Japanese]




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