Morning Glory, Denise Darby, 10/15/21, Lafayette, LA

Morning Glory: a Prolific Perennial

Six Word Photo Story: Freestyle

Blue trumpets await pollinators with appetites.

Morning Glory flowers last for only one day. Thank God it is a prolific propagator. Fresh flowers bloom every morning, hence the name.

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Denise Darby

Denise Darby

Mom of two. Poet. Life partner of 28 years. Lover of butterflies and all things alive. Seeker of the truth within and between us.

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