Contritus Williamus Opines: Raindrops Keep Falling on My Caladiums

By Contritus Williamus Only God could have designed a weak, singular, 2-inch Caladium leaf—recently emerged from bulb status—to break through Poor William’s pobrean soil and red mulch, to stand proudly beneath the garden giants: cordyline, aspidistra and iron maiden, while holding one precious drop of water! Glory to God! If you zoom, you can see […]