FlowerFest: a Visit at the Starr Plot

Sugar and I drove on over to the Starr plot. It’s almost overgrown, but in a good way. The azaleas were getting big again. 

   

A vine with colorful berries twined its way through the azalea by Adeline’s marker, just to the left inside of the plot.

   
Ann Pearson Starr and William Lightfood Starr are to the right. She is the sister of Mary “Polly” Pearson Densler. We stopped first at the Densler plot in Laurel Grove. 

Here’s Jane Susan Starr Basinger. 

   
To Jane’s left is her only daughter, Elizabeth “Georgia” Basinger, who wrote the statement of Sherman’s occupation of Savannah. 

    
  
We walk across the lane to the Basinger plot. I stop to look back and can just make out the spot of red poinsettia. 

  
It’s a beautiful day. Sixty-six degrees, no wind, no rain, and the sun is shining. 

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One Response to “FlowerFest: a Visit at the Starr Plot”

  1. Laura Says:

    The poinsettia is very nice.

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