About 3 years ago, I spread
a package of gaillardia flower seeds
along the seawall at my mom-in-law's camp.
They are so prolific, the blooms now
stretch almost the length of shoreline.
They contrast nicely with the blues of the water
and the white of the picket fence.
Such a variety of bright, warm colors
intermingling in the sunshine.
Soon the flowers will fade and it will be time
to harvest the seeds and scatter them further afield.
Can't wait to see them next year.