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Just Weeds!

Uploaded by: swampteach

Monday April 15, 2013

Waycross, GA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: These little flowers bloom each year in the field next door. So sweet.

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2. swampteach
1:58 AM GMT on April 18, 2013
Thanks, Kathy! They grow wild in the vacant field next door. It was completely covered and so pretty until the owner had it mowed today! Boo!
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1. ChrisAnthemum
1:54 AM GMT on April 18, 2013
They are spiderworts or Tradescantia, and garden varieties have been developed in shades of blue, pink, and white. No wonder you like them so much! They are weeds that have esthetic qualities!
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swampteach

Hi, I'm Gayle. I'm a retired teacher and am very much enjoying all of God's blessings - especially our grandchildren and traveling. My husband and I love to travel in our RV, and though I'm definitely an amateur, I enjoy taking pictures of the amazing beauty to be found everywhere we go. I first fell in love with this site when I used the wunderful radars as a weather teaching tool in my classroom. Thanks Wunderground! Since I retired I discovered how much I enjoy seeing the world through the pictures here. I am so inspired by the beauty captured by you talented people. There's much to learn from all of you. Thanks everyone!

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