We’ve all heard the term “being yellow” or “yellow-bellied” and that it refers to being cowardly or a traitor. There are many origins around the world and through time that used this term in an unflattering way. Well, being yellow can also be flattering.
If you look along the highways, in ditches, vacant lots or flower beds (at least mine), what do you mostly see? Yellow flowers, right? I just love yellow. It’s a happy color and it’s the springtime’s most dominant color as it brightens up even the drabbest of landscaping.
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Darla Menking is a certified Bell County Texas Master Gardener and a Texas Master Naturalist. Email her at email@example.com.