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Ever notice that when a wildflower volunteers in a garden it’s a weed, even though it’s the same flower that’s viewed with pleasure in a meadow? Why? Is it not still as beautiful when it blossoms in the garden as when it grows in the wild?

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Comment by Perri NelsonNo Gravatar
2013-03-22 10:56:41

That depends on the purpose of the garden.

Comment by DavidNo Gravatar
2013-03-22 18:14:20

I suppose, Perri. But when dandelions invade my flower or veggie gardens, I rejoice in the added beauty and good eats. ;-)

 
 

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