Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Ours grow in the worst conditions, but come back every year when other plants have not made it.
They are the most obligingt of plants.
And "they toil not!" But gardeners certainly do...maybe not for these, but for other plants. I hope your veggies are also doing well, Vicki.
How do you keep the deer from eating them? I spray and spray mine and I still come out to see flower stalks with all the buds nipped off.
The great deer plague we had last year wiped out most of the deer in the area. There are still a few around but they aren't hungry enough to vome into our garden.Yet.
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