Rare Summer Rain On A Salvia

Sage (Salvia) ‘Wendy’s Wish’ gently bows under a light summer rain in my garden.

Priya Ghose Photography

Rare Summer Rain On Salvia

Sage (Salvia) ‘Wendy’s Wish’ gently bows under a light summer rain in my garden.

Let’s face it, California is in a severe drought, and we are seeing the muddy bottoms of reservoirs (there is an old car sitting in the mud and cracking earth at the bottom of a local one). In a year where rain during the winter rainy season was a novelty, the thought of summer rain is mildly absurd in our climate with its traditionally dry summers. Therefore, I thought I’d post this photograph as a reminder that moisture can indeed fall from the sky, and once in a long while, it even happens during the dry season…even if it is just a little sprinkle to moisten foliage and flowers.

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