things that get lost in the garden

going through the image folders can be fun. unless you find something that you were pretty sure you did not want to loose. now i could just wait until next summer for it to bloom again. if i did not mind holding up seed planting. if i did not mind most of the seeds grown this year going bad during the waiting. if. mother nature is on a roll. i could stand in the way. and finally realize i cannot really stop her. i may find this seedling and accidentally manage to save it. it will be shear luck. there is no flower on it now. unless it was flagged it will look just like the other thousands of green leaves in the garden. and even if it was flagged most of the flags are on the flower scapes. the ones that have gone through a summer of rains, winds, and storms. they have dried out and like other spent plant parts are falling off. if you get in the way of mother nature you will find out. she is on a roll. oh and sometimes i loose my marbles in the garden.

16-081 13-085 Irish Lullaby x Pigment Of Imagination) x Sings The Blues
16-081 13-085 Irish Lullaby x Pigment Of Imagination) x Sings The Blues
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5 thoughts on “things that get lost in the garden

    1. John Hric Post author

      Is it from the section next to the Cheshire Cat menagerie at the warehouse from hell ? Pink dots on a blue background with green squiggles. And gills that waft azure angel dust ? I think those are safe to wash down with Royal Jamaican Ginger Beer. Thanks John !

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      1. John Hric Post author

        I once tried to get a well drilled for aged bourbon. I thought the time pumping it out of the well constituted ‘well aged’. And that it would be ready to enjoy. The drilling company said that was a wild turkey of an idea…

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