I like growing plants that are native to my area, which has a late bloom period that will remain flowering before the frost. We had a hot summer this season, and the few surviving ones are: tagettes, coreopsis, cyclamen, kangaroo paw, angelonia or summer snapdragon, and lavender. They brighten and bring color of joy to the garden.
In this installation, I gathered sprigs of them to eco-print them on fabric. I already have a small collection of test samples made with other plant materials. Hopefully, someday I will make a journal of my plant gathering.
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