Once upon a nature walk, I came across this lonely succulent type Gazania flower plant growing in the hard dirt all alone, by herself. I think I heard her cries.
It seems she felt she could grow better and feel more secure in a community along with other flowers.
At least that's how it seemed from her perspective. She was living in barren soil out in the desert by herself.
Miss wild flower thought it would be lovely to grow with some more yellow plants. She wanted to blend in.
Her friend wasn't sure it was a good idea to relocate.
But right around the corner, the little wild flower caught a glimpse of her new neighbors. This group was standing tall along the trail, too. After all, it was a good winter with plenty of rain. I guess your growth rate and how you bloom depends on where you're planted, the type of seed and so on.
I think everyone will get along quite nicely now.