Wild flowers have their place in the sun, clinging to rocky crags and thickets. And commonplace black-eyed Susan’s abound in the hills and valleys, their petals’ rays following the sun.
A homemaker appreciated the beauty of wild sunflowers gathered from her pasture. She arranged them in an old Snowdrift shortening can and placed the bouquet on her front porch to be viewed by passers-by.
Size: 25 X 31