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I'm ashamed to admit that this photo was taken in my rose garden! The poor rose bushes were struggling to put their nose above this tall grass. I weeded that garden bed this weekend ... whew.

Romans 1:16 (New International Version)
I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes: first for the Jew, then for the Gentile.


  1. Nice shot, the colours are so soft and I've never noticed pink on a grass before. Don't be ashamed, weeds are only plants growing in the wrong place.

  2. but it is so beautiful in its own way!

  3. I'm with you guys I love grass seed heads and I hadn't noticed the pink in this type of one before either. The only problem is I like roses even more than grasses and my fledgling rose bed is next to the neighbour's vege patch.

    Regarding weeds only being plants in the wrong place ... I agree and enjoy them for what they give me (other than hard work) ... trouble is their is a lot of weed obsession around here because of the impacts on the native bushland.

    In honour of the weed I am going to run with weeds all this week .. that should make Julie groan.

  4. *grin* ... only groan because of your definition, Madam!! Too narrow, too narrow.

    But you also know that I adore grass and grass seed, so post away.

    I loved that grass that Paula had in her autumn collage. What did they call it - muhly? Do we have that variety over here?

  5. Native to North America.
    160 species to the genus.
    Often used to stabilise sand dunes.
    Only recently appreciated in the domestic garden.

    Thank you Gardening Australia.

  6. Julie, I also loved Paula's grasses. Glad you found the answer to the grass question because I was going to say I didn't know the answer.

    I think you will enjoy the weeds this week, I found them quite fun.


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