Linking up with Julia over at Stamping Ground for WOYWW. Ran out of paint again for the apartment downstairs, which is being
slowly transformed into my crafting/shoppe area. Therefore, the kitchen nook area table ... ... you just get to see a tiny area of it.. :)
Various stages of glass pendants, earrings and tie tacks. Various stages of scrabble tile pendants and earrings, beads, earring hooks and studs, microglaze, scissors, chains, findings... so imagine, or not, the rest of the table, sigh.
If you are here just for WOYWW stop now..
Ms. Doris gave me a few different cuttings a couple of months ago. Ahh, I see I have another color of Native Salvia Coccinea , the most common planted wildflower in Florida, at least the southern half...I'm north. Already in the gardens are the salmon and red color. Annual to zone 4, survives winters in zones 9, 10 and sometimes 8 (I'm 8, it does just fine). Plantings also persist by reseeding if established. For Gail: Attracts the attention of nearly every pollinating insect, especially bees and larger butterflies. It is also a hummingbird nectar source.
These are recessive genes, if the red is planted nearby they will all revert back to red. I have red in another part of our yard, so far so good with the salmon colored one.
Have a blessed day~~!