named for a woman of Norwegian mythology.  does it make sense ?  it must have to the person who named this flower.  and who grew it from seed in his garden.  and for that part it is all that matters.  then there is the flower for us.  tall.  purple.  late in the garden season.  and capable of a great deal of bloom.  Thorhalla.  perhaps i should plan on giving it a bit more water next season.  it might bloom better here in this garden.  four images…

2 thoughts on “Thorhalla

    1. John Hric Post author

      Dan, While I generally agree I need to wait a moment for the coffee to get my enthusiasm out from under my groggy. it seems to be wedged in place this morning. one cup of caffeinated de-wedging sauce coming right up…


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