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    Scarlet creeping thyme…but not very scarlet flowers. Could be mislabeled…

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    columbines

    calendula
    Calendula

    figevening

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    Gaillardia

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    rose

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    woodlandspaintedpetals
    Woodland painted petals

    While I love walking through our yard and garden at all times of the day, there’s always something different blooming, I think the evening walk throughs are my favorite. Particularly those when the sun is just down in a particular manner to the west, casting the right light through the trees. The birds are still active and the frogs are beginning to sing just a little bit. It’s soothing to go through and see new plants sprouting or growing and others blooming. I keep waiting for a few areas to fill in, to create the lush scene that I imagine in my head. Some plants I want to hug because I love them so much. That’s probably a little strange to say, but a lot of them really do make me quite happy.

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    2 Comments

    1. Kelsey says:

      Compared to my desert surroundings (Phoenix area) these photos are such a wonderful breath of (green) fresh air :) Thank you!

    2. Moosie says:

      Oh Misti I just love your garden? I wish mine looked like that.

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