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I am starting to appreciate anomalies in nature in ways I had never considered.
I suppose I am getting more acquainted with things not going as you plan. I can’t expect a season in the garden to unfold in seamless perfection if nothing else in life does.
So I am embracing an attitude of wonder instead of one of dismay when things start to distort, twist, stunt, grow nipples, galls or any other odd appendage.
Plant anomalies come in many different forms, take, for example, witches’ broom, which causes stunted, yellow, tightly clustered growth.
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