On my way home from work one day, I noticed a flash of blue at the edge of the road. Later, I went back to get a closer look.
It’s a native plant called Blue Sage.
Because it is native, it knows all about the droughts we can get, and so it puts down roots from 6 to 8 feet.
Have you ever lay down in a field of wildflowers? This is what it looks like:
Have a great weekend everyone!
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They are just beautiful, Suzanne! My husband and I came across a field of skullcap in bloom back during the summer and it was amazing. We joked about all of the skullcap being the reason our horses were always so calm and mellow! 🙂
Thank you! Ha ha about your horses.
I’m going to miss flowers! Winter is just too close for comfort. Thanks for posting these pics!
True. We are trying just to relish these beautiful fall days.
Love the photos! I hope your weekend is as awesome as lying in a field of flowers.
We had a great weekend. Will do a post soon about our Saturday road trip.
Suzanne, your blue sage is so pretty, would be so neat
to just lay down in it. Does it have a fragance? And I
have to wonder if the Hummingbirds get into it! Its a
good shape for them.
Thank you. Despite it’s name, I didn’t notice any fragrance.
Yes, I once hid from my Mother that way, flat on my back scarcely breathing. She never found me, and I never told.
Beautiful shots! It’s so great to stop and smell the roses. You have so much nature to discover. Love love your ptotos!
Thank you Peggy!
aw, so pretty. I have never heard of blue sage. Geez, there are so many wildflowers…it’s amazing!
I hadn’t heard of it either so I had to look it up. I wish I could see all the wildflowers that must have been here a couple hundred years ago.
Awesome blog! Can’t wait to read more!
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Nice photos too
Thank you Mike!
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