Thursday, March 5, 2015

californian wild flowers

Since when is a nasturtium a wild flower?  However, here is the first little triumph - I threw out handfuls of wildflower seed in little seed bombs all over the back yard right at the start of the rainy season - I think we can safely call it that this year - and here are the first (and for all I know the only) blooms.  Everything has to be cut back, for fire regulations, by the end of April, so roughly there's another six or seven weeks during which other things may spring up.  This does, however, encourage me ...

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