I am not at all certain how a small city in Texas ended up with the International Waterlily Garden, but they did.
These giant lily pads reminded me of (1) those “silver dollar” pancakes we used to get; (2) sand dollars; and (3) a trip I made to Longworth Gardens in Pennsylvania when I was a senior in high school, because that’s the first place I ever saw lily pads that were this big. (Inside my head: a confusing place.)
International Waterlily Garden
San Angelo, Texas
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