No matter how passive/aggressive the spring, I can count on the parsley, sage, and oregano to return in my garden.  I can also count on these pretty purple weeds.  Thankfully I was able to get most of them pulled and the soil tilled with the hope of getting good stuff into the garden before much longer.

Purple Weed_edited-final

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  1. I don’t believe I have seen that plant before. Do you know the name of it?

    • No. I tried to use Google to help me out thinking it was some sort of clover or thistle, but couldn’t figure it out. Thus, the very specific title of my post LOL!

  2. Oooo you got the detail of this really well!


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While everyone can benefit from travel, not everyone is in a position to travel the world for a living. is a blog for people with wanderlust AND a real life.


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