pbs] What Is Your Oldest Plant?

Kathleen Sayce ksayce@willapabay.org
Mon, 01 Oct 2012 17:06:15 PDT
First tuber: a tall bearded iris in our new yard when I was about 4. The rhizome fascinated me. Followed shortly thereafter by a calla lily with a tree frog on its flower. 
Then a few years later, in the next home, tiger lilies, like Ina. Flower stems that were taller than I was at age 11, I feel in love with lilies right at that moment, and never fell out. 
Mother, maternal grandparents all gardened, so the inclination was already there. 


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