Once upon a time i lived at the foot of young, giant mountains. Last week i traveled back to that second home to be with cute, funny, adorable, much loved family and friends and listen to glorious music.
i couldn't decide which one or two or three photos to post of 'Morning Light' my favorite grass so here's a slide show for your viewing pleasure. (i wish they gave me the option for adding music)
If you would like to look at larger views please click on the album over at the right.
the fact that it flowered is just one indication of how the climate is changing here in my garden. Normally if there is such a thing as "normal" anymore our growing season is too short for this type of grass to set bud and flower. But is going gangbusters this fall-winter and has bounced back literally from two heavy snowstorms and heavy freezing rains.
p.s. i have no idea what the "Christmas Recipes" amount to from BubbleShare...but it's always a package deal with these "free" applications. At least that's the non-optional "offer" that i see as i am posting this...hopefully nothing creepy appears on its own...oh dear...now i'm worried...but not enough to not try it out.
a week ago i was out in the garden late in the day and happy to witness the final beauty of this tropical grass click on the image to see a larger version and you will notice that seeds still cling to the tresses