As a garden matures, plants and flowers brought home with the intent of adding them to the ever-increasing color palette often re-emerge the following season in tumultuous abundance.
Left alone, what was once a single flat of annuals is now a profusion of color.
Seeds beget seedlings, seedlings beget plants, plants beget seeds, the cycle is continuous, never-ending.
Wind blown, hopscotching, hitching seeds root themselves in the most unusual places.
With a little help from human hands removing weeds which would sap their energy, they grow strong in preparation of releasing seeds for the next generation. ENJOY. . .