Help me out, you botanists, out there. What do we have here (beyond, "a blue flower")?
Looks like a scilla, and my guess would be Siberian Spring Beauty.
Dan,Please allow me to briefly interrupt the floral discussion (I really have no idea what that blue flower is) to say I read the "Sandprints" poem you posted on another site and haven't stopped laughing yet.Whew. Thanks for the levity.--Oh and it is a beautiful flower. Where might it be found? Peace!
Thanks, Miss MC. Sounds like a reasonable guess...but what do I know?gp, welcome to Payne Hollow. You'll need to know that I didn't write the aforementioned poem, but it is a fine one - especially if you know the Footprints in the Sand original. Glad you liked it...maybe I'll post it here for fun.And the flowers might be found every year at a local high school field.
Dan,I sent the poem to my pastor, who I think will get a kick out of it. I've heard him on several occasions say people have asked him where the original "sandprints" story can be found in the Bible. :-)
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