Just a quick share of a photo of Mealy Blue Sage (Salvia farinacea) — a native Texas prairie plant — that I took on Thursday growing near some old railroad tracks.  It was so pretty.

I can just imagine what it must have looked like when the whole area was still prairie — like a blue, misty lake of color.  Wow!

9 Replies to “Blue!”

  1. chantille says:

    Oh that flower is pretty! Lisa I just wanted to say thank you for the instructions on making  a base of a card using nestabilities die  (I remember that yummy Christmas card). I didn’t think it could be done with just 1 piece of folded cardstock, glad it wasn’t be being dumb then! Off to play with my new design blocks, they are gorgeous – just got the dots and flowers and woodgrain. Thanks again :)

  2. Gorgeous photo Lisa.  I am so excited to see all the flowers popping up over here too.  I just love Spring.

  3. Gorgeous!  I love any blue flower!  Thanks so much for the lovely pic!

  4. So beautiful!  What a gorgeous blue!
    Railroad tracks can look great with their “weeds”.
    Roadsides are beginning to look beautiful here too.  They are at their best in June.  I could walk around all day and admire, if I had the time :) 

  5. Texas our Texas….how beautiful it is! 
    Great photo!

  6. Ooooh, just love flowers.  thanks for sharing!

  7. Gorgeous photo. The sunflowers are starting to show too. To me, they’re the first sign of summer.

  8. Here is a stamp image from Penny Black that looks just like your picture.  I colored it BLUE just like the beauty you found.  I love reading your blog!  Check it out at:

  9. Lovely. Beautiful kind of blue!

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