Fire pink, or catchfly, saves nectar for bees, birds. The Creator has filled the earth with many wondrous flowers to remind us of His love for all mankind. Their beauty is spread about for all to see. The colors, shapes and habitats seem endless.
During one of the severe dry spells we endured the past decade, water restrictions were imposed. Suddenly, amid the drought, occasional scattered showers occurred for three weeks.
Picking wild blackberries a thorny task. Luke 6:44 is appropriate for the wildflower we study here.
Is there a fundamental difference between humans and animals? Or is life for both merely a struggle to survive from birth through maturity, then death?
I'm stretching the wildflower definition again and including another shrub or small tree because of the attractiveness of the bloom.
One day, Moses was tending his father-in-law's sheep in the Sinai Desert and he saw a unique phenomenon.
Tiny, strange flowers adorn the littleleaf buttercup. According to the Weather Channel, 27 degrees Fahrenheit is the record low for April 19. I remember a strange spring in 2007 when an Easter freeze created a new agenda for planting our gardens.
Always-changing honeysuckle follows the cycles of nature. Psalm 43:5 reads "Why are you downcast, O my soul? Why so disturbed within me?
I am departing from featuring my pretty wildflowers so that I can include flowering shrubs and trees.
In the book of Deuteronomy, the Hebrew people were given a very interesting instruction about harvesting their grapes.