One morning, the water lilies began opening to that point when they were smooth round yellow globes. Next to them, the artichokes had matured into scaly green globes.
Now I see nothing but globes growing everywhere in the yard.
Almost all of the fruit, for instance, lacks corners.
The Fibonacci sequence measures how plants send out new branches or leaves, that are a few degrees moved from the prior bloom, All the blooms receive sunlight, thanks to an irrational number.
Now it’s your turn.
You’ve been reading The Daily Bucket,
a nature refuge.
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We discuss what we see in each Bucket.
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What have you noted in your area or travels? Any blossoming orbs in your yard? Please post your observations and general location in your comments. I’ll check back by lunchtime.