After the rain, the natives start to grow


After several days of much awaited rain, the natives that were dormant through the dry summer and autumn are coming back to life.

I can see that the Birds Eye Gilia Gilia tricolor has reseeded throughout the garden again, and here is an example. I can't wait for them to grow taller and produce their lovely tri-colored blossoms again.

I purchased two "Ella Nelson's Yellow buckwheat Eriogonum nudum seedlings a couple of months ago. I expected to see just green foliage throughout the winter.

But both plants have already shot up 7" tall stems with little buds on them.

They might start to bloom in a month or so.

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