If we let it, Nature takes charge and goes creating. A few years ago, I rescued some bloodroot from a meadow slated for tickytackyboxdom. I planted it on the edge of a stand of maples in my yard, trying to replicate the sort of place where bloodroot might be happy .The next spring I was thrilled to see that it had returned. For three or four springs it came back faithfully, but showed no signs of multiplying. This year, the original clump has tripled in size and sent out two colonies! The modest progenitor is pictured below. Hurray for Nature!
VEAL STEW FOR ONE
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