Cape Cod is host to a variety of Flora.
Cranberries are harvested in the Fall from bogs.
Cranberries float when the bogs are flooded. Today they are knocked off their stems and rise to the surface. In the olden days they were raked using large scoops with long wooden teeth.
Unsorted cranberries straight from the bog. They thrive in sandy soil and cold weather. Cape Cod offers the perfect climate for the tart fruit, take that California!
Purple Cone Flowers look best at sunrise.
Pumpkins sprawl in early Autumn patches.
Salt water marshes have their own hardy plants and grasses.
Goldenrod grows well near beaches and is far more pleasant to the eyes than the nose.
Bees gather pollen on a daily basis from small Asters.
The lowly Phragmites stand tall and surround brackish marshes.