A Peruvian Lily straddles a steel pole yesterday in the noon day sun. Without the pole the weight of the blooms, although slight, would send the plant to the ground as it nears the end of its life. These flowers grow best in areas where they don’t have to “stretch” to get sun unless, of course, there is an errant steel pole about for assistance.
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