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digitalis plants growing up through rhodos (not my garden)
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jyl

@dhi So glad you've found Jigidi. Keep enjoying!!

dhi

How beautiful.

jyl

Glad you enjoyed, megabelle. :o))

megabelle2000

❣️

jyl

Thanks, Patti! I'm happy you like them. This was taken in a year we had enough rain for them to grow and flower properly,

PLG1958

Wow! Gorgeous!

jyl

Thank you, Dave; I'm glad you like it. Rain? What's that? From the beginning of May through now, we've had a total rainfall of less than .5 cm and you know we didn't get a snow pack of any sort this year. Rain would be great--I'd probably go outside and stand in it, just to reclaim memory of water falling out of the sky. Sure would be better than sepia skylight. I wish you better weather, too.

davehenry1

Great shot Jyl, hope your staying out of the heat . Bet you would like some rain now,as we would too. TFS.

jyl

Thanks for taking the time to comment, daasha007 - I appreciate it. ☺

Very pretty!

jyl

Born to be wild, quique!! Quite a few things and some people have tried to stop me, but here I am, still truckin' along. The plants were around this area before me and nobody does anything to stop them; even the deer teach their young that the plants are deadly!
Happy you like them, Julie! There is a variety of colours; the ones here are mostly the lavender, many are white and some are yellow.

julie88

Wild & Gorgeous ! Like I said so different than I imagined. Thanks jyl.

Try telling the plants they're "wild." They just want to live and multiply like us. They might even take "WILD" as a compliment. Wouldn't you?

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