I have enjoyed taking care of plants in my flowerbed and yard. Here is an interesting find in the grass. A friend identified it as Polygala nana, and Wikipedia supplied "commonly known as candyroot or low bachelors' buttons." I tried moving some to a shady spot in the flowerbed before it was mowed but it doesn't seem to be happy there.
My oregano has been growing so profusely that I had to trim and pull up lots of roots. I shared with several friends and have a sack drying some for cooking.
I have planted zinnia seeds in several places and they are coming up like weeds. Instructions say to thin out some, but I can't bring myself to pull up any.
The latest puzzle is finished. Placing white paper under it was a great help working on my dark wood dining room table.
My last Shared Fiber Art piece in our Southern Fiber Artists exchange was for Leanne Green. I combined some of the quilted green damask I had made stoles for my co-pastors for with a deconstructed piece containing painting, inking, and machine and hand embroidery. It is titled Only God Can Make a Tree.