Grandma's flowers always bring her great pleasure, and now that she can't attend to them anymore, some family members bring her baskets to adorn the porch; however, the old irises, hydrangeas, lilies, and wild flowers she put in the ground years ago still bloom, and in them, so does her soul blossom for all of us.
Grandma's rhodendron from an old bush that's been in the yard as long as I can remember
Irises Grandma moved 50 years ago to the "new house" from the old homeplace. I think these irises came from her mother's flowers
A lichen bundle that reminded me of sea creatures with their tentacles
The creek bank in Grandma's back yard
Old fashioned hydrangeas - The snow ball bush, as she called it