Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Back In The Garden



If you have a passion for gardening, there's never a dull moment at this time of year. Nasturtiums grow almost overnight, extending their reach by leaps and bounds.



Calla lilies are almost indestructible, coming back stronger year after year, rain or shine.



Bees are busy collecting nectar and pollenating. Happily, their numbers have been slowly increasing these past couple years after they became surprisingly scarce.



These bright orange ice plant flowers are so intense in the sunshine, they're almost painful to look at.



Common lavender grow sturdy single stalks that bend and dance in the breeze all day.

1 comment:

Sweet Repose said...

I never thought I would be so happy to hear a fly...ha! The grass is starting to green little by little...weeee...I love that striped nasturtium, bet it's yummy!

The men are huge buyers of my soaps and when they're out, the wives hear about it, some actually drive for miles to get a supply...it's the little things!