<--Standing Cypress (Ipomopsis rubra)from seeds strewn near the end of a horrible drought, before we knew it was the end.
Not everything that interrupts a plan is a weed.
Antelope Horns (Asclepius asperula), a native milkweed, host to Monarch butterflies.---->
Beauty that is nurtured grows.
Fifty years ago, my mother's mother grew daylillies. Forty years ago my mother planted pass-alongs in her yard. Many years later, descendents bloom in mine.
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