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A flower called butter and eggs, also known as toadflax, growing out of a sidewalk crack on Russell Street in Detroit.

A flower called butter and eggs, also known as toadflax, growing out of a sidewalk crack on Russell Street in Detroit.

A Detroit ghost garden of daylilies growing in central Detroit--with native wildflowers, woodland sunflowers, there as well.

Summer flowers of Detroit

A Detroit ghost garden of daylilies growing in central Detroit--with native wildflowers, woodland sunflowers, there as well.

Bird vetch, a highly invasive flower, growing in Detroit.

Summer flowers of Detroit

Bird vetch, a highly invasive flower, growing in Detroit.

Vegetation covers nearly an entire sidewalk on Russell Avenue in Detroit’s Milwaukee Junction neighborhood

(Photos) Greekown Casino billboard on top of an abandoned factory in Detroit

Vegetation covers nearly an entire sidewalk on Russell Avenue in Detroit’s Milwaukee Junction neighborhood

Wild sweet pea, also known as the everlasting pea, a common flower that grows in Detroit

Summer flowers of Detroit

Wild sweet pea, also known as the everlasting pea, a common flower that grows in Detroit

A smooth sumac drupe in Detroit

Summer flowers of Detroit

A smooth sumac drupe in Detroit

If you heard of Faygo or even drank it, you might be from Michigan (or lived there). Love the look of the bottle

glass bottles Faygo Rock and Rye soda with pure cane sugar! Rock & Rye is a delicious cream soda that has a sweet cherry flavor.

Overgrown bushes surround an abandoned Brightmoor home in Detroit

Detroit: Brightmoor or Blightmoor? (Part One)

Overgrown bushes surround an abandoned Brightmoor home in Detroit

Burgundy daylily that was growing at the corner of Michigan and Trumbull--the site of old Tiger Stadium--in 2015

Summer flowers of Detroit

Burgundy daylily that was growing at the corner of Michigan and Trumbull--the site of old Tiger Stadium--in 2015

Vegetation is consuming an abandoned house in the Brightmoor neighborhood.

Detroit: Brightmoor or Blightmoor? (Part One)

Vegetation is consuming an abandoned house in the Brightmoor neighborhood.

Detroit, where it all began....lots of real HISTORY  ....some good....some not so good!  GM made this town...then you could also say MOTown made the town OVER! You go Diana Ross and Ladies! -"Ain't NO Mountain High Enough"!  Sing it and I am in MOTown....  ctc

Travel to Detroit to visit my favourite music record label Motown Records

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "vinaigrier"

Staghorn Sumac, Stag’s Horn Sumach - Barcham Trees

Marathon Pundit: Detroit: Crumbling factory next to a cemetery

Detroit: Crumbling factory next to a cemetery

Here's an epiphanic Detroit photograph. In the background is part of the massive Packard plant ruins--a small part of the world's largest a.

Hoop house on Detroit's east side

Agriculture making a comeback in Detroit

Hoop house on Detroit's east side

Urban prairie, forsaken land in Detroit's Brightmoor neighborhood.

Detroit: Brightmoor or Blightmoor? (Part One)

Urban prairie, forsaken land in Detroit's Brightmoor neighborhood.

Fallen tree on abandoned Brightmoor home

Detroit: Brightmoor or Blightmoor? (Part One)

Fallen tree on abandoned Brightmoor home

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