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Photo of rooted rose
A rose cutting blooms after being successfully rooted. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of old, abandoned rural road
An old, abandoned rural road runs past the site where a home once stood south of Waxahachie, Texas. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of old brick structure from old home
Old bricks mark the site where a home once stood a century ago, south of Waxahachie, Texas. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of irises at old abandoned homesite
White cemetery irises still thrive along an old, rural road near a forgotten homesite. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of rose at abandoned rural homesite
An old rose bush hangs onto life, marking what was certainly the front yard of a home that long ago disappeared. Photo by Marshall Hinsley
Photo of rose sprigs and rooting hormone
Rooting hormone and small containers of vermiculite can turn twigs of cut roses into new, vibrant plants. Photo by Marshall Hinsley