Mark D. Roberts

In my adult years, I have come to enjoy flowers. When I lived in Irvine, I would always plant flowers at about this time of year: Impatiens, Begonias, etc.  Things are different now. My yard in Texas is considerably more natural and unkempt. And flower gardens tend to become a buffet for the deer. So I’m not much into planting flowers.
But the good news is that they just come up wild, all over my yard. We’ve had a lot of rain this year, so the wildflowers are having a field day (so to speak). This weekend I counted over a dozen different varieties of flowers. I thought I’d share five examples with you, five wonderful reasons to love Spring.

Fringed Puccoon


Stemless Evening Primrose

Agarita (watch out for those leaves!)

God’s artistry continues to amaze me.

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