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victoria sponge makes me want to be a bee-nice verbena bonariensis. garden a wreck from heat and neglect but the monsoon followed me home from arizona. all your gardens look great. driving home i was filled with plans for next year beginning with a leucanthemum massacre.
sensational hollyhock-this is ipomoea batatas a non flowering morning glory name of sweet caroline
oh for a time machine to send wankers who natter on about the wonders of the past back to where they could enjoy them in person. when i first visited europe in the 60's we joked that the money felt like toilet paper and the toilet paper felt like money.
top of cedar brakes overlooking zion national park-halfway home
lizzie once off the cliffs its pretty easy going so ran(not very fast)-7.5 hours total foot time
hiking to keet seel-first it was raining, then cloudy, then beautiful-36 miles but worth the walk
betatakin canyon with transient waterfalls
monsoon in monument valley
flashflood monument valley
just despair i guess
does anyone know why clumps of rudbeckias suddenly i.e. overnight- wilt and die while others around them remain healthy-i am convinced that some plants commit suicide from plant despair-but is there another answer?