10 thoughts on “Indian Feathers

  1. I have always wondered how many exotic flowers of today were actually weeds in the past. I know that in Ga, there was a type if thrift that grew along the side of the roads and when they finally got them in the nurseries it was called a hearty variety.

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    1. Too funny! It seems like they must have all start as weeds until someone appreciates them and sees them as beautiful. I remember a story of Lady Bird Johnson who loved wildflowers. One day she was driving down a Texas backroad by their ranch when she saw a man about to mow down a large field where wildflowers were blooming. She walked over and offered to pay him NOT to mow. 😊

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