Arose by Any Other Name.

Day 154 / 2022 Photo Project365

This tough little rosebush, planted 15 years ago, has watched several unsuccessful attempts to grow herbs, vegetables, and flowers, inside the rock-walled patch of crappy-clay-soil under its nose. It’s been nearly pulled up and replaced more than once, forgotten a few times, yet it endured, sprouting a few wild, 3–4 foot long (90–120 cm), thick stems with a few rosy…

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