A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
Proverbs 25:11

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

it is everywhere

It's everywhere....it is called:
Scotch Broom
It is a weed and you can see it everywhere you look.
It was brought to this area many years ago
but it is now illegal to use as a garden shrub or to plant
more of the seeds. People hate it. When it is
not blooming it is a really ugly plant.

My husband loves when it blooms
as, yellow is his favorite color.
....it is deceptive isn't it.
Kind of like SIN...
Those are my thoughts this morning.
~~deby
To read more about this plant go here

10 comments:

Heart2Heart said...

Deby,

How amazing this post was because we just purchased two of these beautiful and fragrant plants for our garden and love the yellow color.

Thanks for sharing what this is and where it grows.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

jAne said...

So pretty in its blooming state, Deby. We have acres of mustard where I am - also like sin - very beautiful but severely allergy inducing. Hm.

Blessings,
jAne

Mrs.Rabe said...

Quite an analogy!

I think everything in nature can teach us something about God and our relationship to HIM! He was pretty clever that way, don't ya think?!

Hope you are doing well!

Happymama said...

Deby, I happen to like the Scotch Broom too. Like most of God's "unwated" I think it's pretty. LOL

And you're right...it's just like sin. Very deceptive!!

Good thought for today!

~Kristi

Tori said...

I've never heard of it but it's so pretty.

It's funny how you can't plant it.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder!

Great thoughts this morning Deby!

Barbara said...

Yes very decieving, its blooms bring us all the terrible allergies we have too, so pretty for the eye to look at, but oh me the damage it does, yep...Hugs barbara

Vikki G said...

Deby,
hope you are feeling well. Very interesting post....and so very true.
Blessings,
vikki

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

I have never seen that plant before. Love and huggles.

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

It really is nasty, isn't it??? I was noticing yesterday how much of it there is across the street from us....YUK!

We're supposed to have warm weather this weekend! Wooohooo....maybe I can finally do my spring planting.

Hugs,
Spencer

A Quiet, Gracious Life said...

A very good analogy. (o: