Lori Witzel's pictures, poems and other souvenirs and artifacts.
Wooo ,,, lovely ,,, can't wait for Part 2!! :)
Roget's New Millennium Thesaurus: harbinger.As a noun.diviner, forecaster, forerunner, herald, messenger, omen, oracle, prophet, seer, soothsayeraugury.Surely not a Bush;-)A good take on Spring.
Loved your comment, Shane! Botany indeed has much to teach us.The bluebonnet -- that humble, homey little lupine -- will not bloom in rich soil. It needs thin, alkaline, clay-dense caliche to thrive and flower.Unlike that too-well-known Bush we've unfortunately shared, who seems to thrive when ensconced in fresh manure.
We have lupins (lupinus polyphyllos) in Finland growing wild on the road banks and they are so beautiful and colourful. I read of a research made on lupins that could easily be farmed and used as powerful nutrition as soy.
Oh, how I miss those bluebonnets, and Indian paintbrushes too!
In the first moment I thought it were a sort of wild vine...Spring seems to be lively in Texas - in Bavaria we still wait for it!
oooh.. I love the colours and the "glow" I want to hang this on my wall :)
"Everything's better, with Bluebonnet Onnit" I'm so old....
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