reading tea leaves

that is what some people do. i am working on learning to read daylily petals and a few other sun grown parts. it means watching the plants and seeing how they grow and how they bloom. and it means looking at two different plants and looking to see how this part or that might complement the other and imagining what they might produce in a new plant. other times it means taking two plants that have some good qualities and having no idea what might happen when the are joined. and if you don’t try well you will just never know what might be. and the worst thing is to keep one’s learner permit handy and wait for good surprises. it might just be fun. and the learner’s permit does not get in the way. there are several encyclopedias of information waiting to be discovered in those genes…


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