It was the beginning of May, and I had just moved into my new house in Austin, Texas.

When I was planning the springtime flower displays, I decided to use the same plants from my previous garden and use them for this one.

I chose purple-bellied azaleas, and a few other varieties.

I was worried that I would have a bunch of yellow flowers in the garden, but that wasn’t the case.

I had a bunch in the flower beds and was just going to plant them.

But then, the weather started to change.

The sun started to set.

I wasn’t sure what would happen, but when I came back from the store, the purple-spotted azalea had turned into a yellow flower.

It was a bit disappointing, but I had hoped to have a few more plants from this year.

I put the purple azaleacress in the ground and planted the rest of my purple-leaved azaleachs, and it didn’t look so bad.

The only thing I can say is that I’ve always loved azaleacs, and the purple is the perfect color for them.

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