Flowers–Texas Panhandle Tough


In spite of only one inch of rain since last autumn, many flowers persist:  sundrops, black foot daisies, chocolate flowers, wine cups, primrose, desert (Mexican) birds of paradise, red yucca, salvia, catmint, native grasses, milkweed.  I took these photos after feeding the horses this morning.

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