Rain-kissed chamomile

Rain kissed chamomile

Every year when the rain starts, chamomile sprouts come up in different places throughout the garden. Sometimes its in a pot. Sometimes its in a planter. I never know where I'll find the lacy green leaves popping up. But I'm always glad when I find them. Rarely do I pull them up. I let them grow so I can see their sunny little blooms... looking very much like miniature fried eggs... sunny-side up of course.
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4 comments:

  1. As an artist my first reaction is to "paint it" but there are some things to perfect to capture. This is beautiful.

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  2. So beautiful & cheerful. I love the drops of dew. What an Eden you must have in your backyard.

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  3. Your Mom & I used to eat these as kids. Our mom had an interesting name for them.

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