Hidden meanings…

A native to the Midwest is the striking bright blue flower of the Spiderwort (tradescantia ohiensis). It’s name does not have an obvious connection when viewing the plant. CLICK ON THE IMAGE to read more from Lewis Ginger who shares: (When) The stem of a Spiderwort is cut, a “viscous stem secretion is released which becomes threadlike and silly upon hardening (like a spider’s web)”. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Spiderworts like “wet feet” so it was not unexpected to find it near the Caldwell Lily Pond. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg
Just beautiful. Copyright 2019 Pamela Breitberg

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