Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Vicki, I love pluots, and yes, they come in several varieties. Some are sweeter, some are a little tart, all are delicious. Our local supermarkets have a good selection every summer, and I always look for them to appear.
That cereus leaf is quite odd. I've never seen one, or heard of it.
Clover has the prettiest face and in every photo you take of her, she looks happy.Sam
A lovely way to start the day! THank you.
aww hi clover...love the look of the old weathered boards on that abandoned house....
Your Cereus has traveled the USA, from the cutting you gave me I have passed on tons of cuttings, even to visitors to the gallery who took some leaves home to plant!! There are probably hundreds of offsprings by now.
Great to read, and enjoyed the commments too. I'll pick on the Clemetis,and wonder why Travelers and Maidens got mixed in there! Maybe together!
Each photo is a beauty, and I think the Cereus leaf is very Georgia O'Keeffe.xo
Your world is so green and pretty. I love the heifer.
Just makes you want to stop and look, doesn't it? Love the sweet heifer.
Wonderful photos Vicki! Clover is such a beauty!
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