Monday, August 13, 2018

Garden Lace

Last fall I scuffled a handful of Queen Anne's lace seeds across the newly denuded front bank. This month there's a four-foot crop waving freely, feeding countless bees, and gently concealing the ratty foliage of various other self-seeding annuals. I count the planting wildly successful. It looks spectacular with equally native fireweed and the choice strain of California poppies that shows to best advantage among its umbelliferous stems -30-

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