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Herb Robert Geranium robertianum Geranium family. Natural. Herb to 1’ high, strong-scented. An introduced species on the coast. Stems: red, weak covered with sticky hairs, joints swollen. sprawling plant. Leaves: three-parted, each division further parted. Light green, purple edged. Turn … Continue reading
Have we learned anything at all about hatred, racism, anger. Did all those innocent people die in vain or can we say the world is a better, safer place since then. I wonder. ©2018 Sharron R. McMillan
Yucca gloriosa Evergreen shrub-like plant. Can grow to heights above 16 feet. Thick stem. Water seldom and sparingly. Very hardy. Thrives in sandy, well-drained soil and in heat and humidity. Leaves up to 2’ long, 2-3” wide, spines at tips. Leaf … Continue reading
We are blessed with such beauty all around us. Birds and butterflies everywhere and all the wonderful green. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Water lilies at anchor. ~ Dorothy Hofbauer
Iris (Siberian Fleur-de-lis ) Iris Siberian Planted Perennial bulb. Deer Resistant Oldest known flower. Symbol of eloquence, power and majesty. Greek for rainbow – iris. Three parts of the blossom typifying faith, wisdom and valor.
Make it thy business to know thyself, which is the most difficult lesson in the world. ~Cervantes
Sky blue forget-me-not creep along looking for inconspicuous places to bloom. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Any patch of sun will do just fine.
To whom do I owe this compliment, this bouquet of flowers so rare, to whom do I pay a tribute and with whom can I share. Who gave the grass beneath my feet, from where does the sun brightly shine, … Continue reading
Perennials Of all the flowers in my garden I love perennials the most to be ensured that they’ll return I need not be the perfect host. ©1988 Sharron R. McMillan