Monday, April 18, 2011

Ah Mutha ....

"Teddy"

...Nature. Thank you for planting this little one in my garden. We weren't so sure what to call this new life form that has sprung up amidst us, so using a classification system* developed by my late uncle, T.C., we have categorized it as Farhoda Miniflora. Lacking any familiar common name we just call it Teddy.

*Under the T.C. unscientific classification system if a plant is near a road, it's a Nearhoda. Now if it's proximity to a roadway is distant, it's categorized as a Farhoda. Plants with big flowers are Grandefloras, while plants with smaller diameter blossoms are Minifloras.

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