Saturday, May 30, 2020
It was slow to bloom but then now they areall open. It is an old fashion peony that I brought from the old place. It has the history of being on an a property that was first developed in 1904. When they planted the peony I would not know, but plants like this were shared from property to property. This now grows on a property that was established in 2003 of which it was a corn field.
This is either sage or salvia. It is a good color but really isn't in full bloom yet. I see others are planted all around our community.
I worked hard mowing the old place yesterday so I am having a day off. I could mow today but I am just not going to do it yet. The neighbor north has mowed. I will watch to see what the other guy is doing. I survived shopping for food yesterday. I was surprised that it wasn't so busy. Our meat really is becoming scarce or should I say minimal. We had one plant that withheld its numbers of virus carriers. When we heard 556 out of 2000 or more workers it was sad. That is the last of our meat packing places to get reported. I guess that means we will just keep staying home.
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