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plant of the day: spiderwort

one native, one not. Right one is native I think. Native one is bluer, bigger, more vigorous, and self seeds more readily.



Spiderwort flowers bloom among my other spring wildflowers.

Two clumps of them grow in my spring wildflower garden (between the pine and hackberry tree) where they attract small insects. 30 more words



The roses have no buds. The day lilies are tall and green, but no flowers. Not a single flower and I don’t even see buds. This weather has just stopped the flowers in their tracks. 134 more words


Pink x Yellow

i’m a little behind with the sharing, but the pink spiderwort is finished too.  a world of  a difference from the first version that was in cool tones– but that’s what makes color variations so much fun.  13 more words


Open and Opening

Open and Opening © Lynn Wiles 2017
Spiderwort in two stages. Yesterday was a cold rainy day where I got lost in drawing and trying to remember how to use watercolors.


Carpe Diem

Grateful for this beautiful day… this is a plein air/alla prima still life. This painting is a 12×16 oil on panel.