Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Wild Larkspur in the Olive Grove


I've not had time to put up a Tuesday Poem, but this beautiful wild flower is a poem in itself.  Normally the olive grove would be burnt to a crisp by now, but the amount of rain we've had and the very late summer mean that there's a lot of plants still in flower and everything is relatively green.  I found this vivid blue larkspur growing out of a wall in the olive grove.  It's tiny and the most exquisite blue colour.   Who needs garden centres when nature can do it for you?


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1 comment:

  1. "Larkspur"...even the name is poetic.

    Perhaps while we in the Antipodes suffer from Global Warming, you folk in the "green and pleasant land" might benefit from it.

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