Tri-City Ledger -

By Earline Smith Crews
Guest Writer 

The tale of collards found at Green Street

 

September 19, 2019

Courtesy Photo

Crews with collard plant

Most folk who know me, know I love flowers. Old-fashioned flowers like ones found around long-abandoned home places and sad, old Plantation places and along the red clay ditches in middle gut Alabama. Flowers like Gladiola, Morning Glory, Easter Lilies, Seven Sisters Roses and Spider Lilies. To be fair, I have to put Crepe Myrtle in the mix. Although it is a shrub with blooms, it gets left behind and dragged down into those ditches by road graders and rains; only to take root and cling to life as a sight to be enjoyed & pondered on with thoughts of who planted it and when.

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