Bringing In The Wilderness

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    Every flower that we see today, including roses where once upon a time considered to be wild flowers. Sadly many are still languishing waiting to be recognised.
    I have played a small role in giving some of these wild flowers a place in my garden. This tiger claw as I call it one such.
    Tiger claws bloom in the rainy season. They are beautiful and have found a permanent place in our garden.
    We do nothing. They disappear and resurface in the rainy season and give out brilliant flowers.
    Tiger claws is a creeper.
     
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    I missed out uploading an image of the tiger claw. Here it is
     

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