What's Bloomin'

Artichoke Lover

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Only the first pic is from my garden. But I thought I might post some pics from my grandparents garden too.
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When I was 3-4, we lived with my grandmother. Not Grandmother Pearl but the grandmother known as Goldie. She was a person who seemed to me to be gardening all the time. I would wander around her garden, often by myself. These flowers fascinated me and I came to associate them with her. Long after she passed away and as an 18 year old young guy, I visited where Grandmother Goldie lived about the time that I was born. Some her flowers were still growing there including Foxglove. These have just started this week blooming in my garden:

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As a child, I would stand and look up into the "gloves."

Steve
 

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