|Snow in summer, duh!|
While I was looking through massive amounts of garden photos and writing some post to accompnay them...or possibly the other way around. I do go both ways. I sometimes post a picture and then decide what to write about it. But I digress.
Anyway. I came across a plant which grows in my garden whose name just wouldn't come to me. All I could think of is snow...it had something to do with snow. What, I did not know. I just couldn't remember.
I knew it wasn't snow-on-the-mountain, nor snow drops nor snow crocus. It wasn't edelweiss which I had heard some folks call the snow blossom. Oh, how I wish I could have an edelweiss, but I have never seen them in seed or mail order plant catalogs. Wish someone would give me one. ~sigh~
Oh, yes, snow flower. No, that wasn't its name either. Nor snow bloom, snow posy nor snow petals.
Then it came to me. Well, of course it did or I wouldn't be writing this post at all. Or maybe I would in the hope one of you would know and tell me. Hey, you all did a bang up job with my mystery plant!
I do believe I digressed again. My apologies.
|Edelweiss of the Poconos?|
Yes, I figured it out. Snow-in-summer! Silly me. It's hot as hedes, thoroughly summertime and I couldn't think of snow-in-summer. I'm really losing it, folks. But no worries. I'll forget all about this little episode by tomorrow and continue as if all is well in the world.
So, that's my story about snow on the mountain in summer...or something like that. Not much of a story, huh? No plot or anything. I didn't even develop the characters well. Ah, well, I'll do better next time...I hope.
No, they were not snow Calla Lilies either!