The tiger lily is native to china.
In China, the roots are eaten like potatoes.
The Columbia lily is native to Cascadia.
So, that makes an interesting confluence of cultures possible.
A European garden in the syilx tmxʷulaxʷ at the great fish weir, sx̌ʷəx̌ʷnitkʷ.
What’s not to love about this coming together?
Even the field bindweed (wild buckwheat) loves it. The green and knotty invader from Eurasia and North Africa.
We can do a lot together…
Sweet Morning Dew
Note the invasive butterfly weed in the background.
… with species that can outperform the weeds and fit in.
Categories: flower gardening, Open Agriculture, Spirit, weed-gardening, weeds
As ever: true words, just coming with pure loveliness, this time.
Thanks. They are such wonderful flowers!
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