Posted on June 11, 2022
Picture of the Day
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It looks so sad. 🙁
It kinda does but, they do drop their petals like that, sometimes. I think it has something to do with the soil. Wild ones will drop petals down quicker than fortified, raised beds do. This one was on the Riverwalk. Some of my pix are from a butterfly garden. They don’t have lowered petals.
One of my favorites
Hairbrush plant! 😄 Feels like my broad brush.
Looks like it’s feeling mighty droopy
The wild ones do that. I think the soil has something to do with it because the ones in the Butterfly Garden at Gold Park don’t do that, even when dying.
I didn’t know if it would do that daily or something
Oh…no. It’s not like my shamrocks, that close their leaves at night.
Well…I hope it perks up lol
2019 photo…it’s dead, Jim.
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