Neal Morse always had a knack for writing catchy, uncomplicated musical hooks, although the infamous "FU" section of "The Water" took me completely by surprise.
Clusters of pure white flowers in spring.
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Not available in plant form.
I also take multivitamins once a day.
The Garden Helper.
The stems have red mottling.
The Light consists of four songs.
Unlike most other ferns, tropical looking Hart's Tongue Fern has strap-like undivided fronds.
Leading man Neal Morse and the band managed to come up with 57 minutes worth of pure prog magic that just clicked in all aspects.
A subtle beauty often overlooked.
A high-growing woody vine that climbs by twisitng its trunk around a sturdy support, such as a tree.
Neal's voice, way too nasaly and flatand Alan's guitar, pitched too high and whiny with way too many spots where he distorts the guitar.
Freesias may be potted up and grown as a house plant.