Wild Flowers & Noble Vines

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There once was upon a time, in my younger days, when I had been taking great delight in building up my little back garden.  I had a pretty, brick, raised flowerbed built for me that made me feel very happy indeed as I worked hard to create a cohesive, attractive layout of plants & flowers within it.  Everything in the garden was looking simply rosy, and my gardening skills were growing little by little just as the flowers that I planted filled out the spaces to create a rather pleasing effect to the eye & a soothing effect on my heart & soul.  I could sit out there in the sunshine & enjoy the beauty of the work of my hands besides that flowerbed as I relaxed at the end of a day’s labours.

So all was rosy in the garden

Then one day, just as I was driving along…

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5 thoughts on “Wild Flowers & Noble Vines

    1. Me, too! It’s sound advice, for sure, but it also reminded me of the time I dug up a bunch of Jerusalem Artichokes (weed) thinking it was potato plants that the squirrels dug up and buried in the back-40! They were mighty healthy “potato” plants until time for harvest-no spuds! 😆

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