Monday, June 22, 2015

Pink clover

In a well-composted and manured, but long-unweeded garden next door, a patch of clover is thriving.

I like the V markings on the leaves.

The patch includes a stand of thistles, hawk-weed, grasses, and dandelions, crowding out the lilies that the landscaper put in. Better in their garden than mine, but the clover at least will improve the soil.

2 comments:

  1. We have a white clover next to Clover Lake (aptly named I guess) on Goat Island. - Margy

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  2. And are there goats on Goat Island? The hills look steep enough to interest them.

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