She was frantically describing a flower to me and I couldn’t get away, so I sent her out with my camera. 54 pictures later, these are some of the highlights…
Some of the pictures, like the shasta daisy, just about took my breath away: I have never gotten pictures that good out of my camera. Elisheva says it’s because everything is at eye level for Naomi.
Here is her own special picnic-table “weed garden.” It includes (big square pot) dandelions she planted from seed, (round pot) a “weed maple” I pulled up and handed to her, which is now thriving, and (small square pot) a sprig of golden creeping Jenny that she saved when it was entwined with some ribbon grass I was pulling out.
They are each so precious to her… she’s always running outside and checking on them.