Shamrocks are a favorite plant on the farm.
My maternal grandmother displayed a lone shamrock plant in her home when I was a youngster.
My mother got an offspring of the plant to raise in her home.
I now have the offshoot of that plant in mine. I am raising plants to give to my children and others.
I put the potted shamrock plants outdoors in the spring and summer where they do very well with God’s rain and sunshine and fresh air. Bulbs reproduce in the soil and new plants come handily. Hardy green leaves make a colorful backdrop for the cheery pink blooms. Before the frost, I bring them indoors to await the winter’s passing.
I thought you might enjoy the spectacle on a note card. It is now available through our store. Check out the new introductory sale price!