But that orange-y brown makes them seem more like autumn. I don’t recall seeing this variety last year. They are very perky. I have to keep myself from picking them. Don’t think I’m allowed.
“Perky orange-y brown but yellow spring autumn-looking flowers.” It is unlikely that that phrase (not quite a sentence) has ever appeared before in the English language. Isn’t language, and syntax especially, quite marvelous?
Today’s ocean blog, brought to you by Carlsbad flowers and linguistics. Thank you.