Posted on January 8, 2023
In the Fabaceae family, Trifolium Incarnatum is also known as Italian Clover.
Picture of the Day
Addendum: This just naturally reminded me of Tommy James and the Shondells (throwing no shade on Joan Jett). I couldn’t resist… ~Vic
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Love that song! Your photo is perfect for the song.
I just could not help myself. As soon as I found out what this flower was, off my brain went, singing the song.
As soon as I saw the flower my brain did the same thing
Great minds think alike. 💜💜💜
Of course! 🙂
While the voice vibrato at the end is a little over the top, I’ve always liked “Crimson & Clover” – just a catchy tune!
Yeah, that echo feature can be annoying. I loved their music. I grew up listening to it.
Nice photo and good call on the song! 🙂
Thank you…on both points!
That was a great song.
I love it.
No one can make art like nature.
Ain’t that the truth.
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