Birds, Blooms, Butterflies, Bees, and Bugs
Oh how anxious you must be for that salad! Nothing like homegrown greens :) What kind of snake is it? I sure bet he keeps the gardens free of rodents! Have a great weekend!*hugs*deb
Things are looking good - your little visitor even looks happy! Thanks for sharing, love your scripture in your header - Paula from Idahohttp://bucketideasforgardening.blogspot.com/
What healthy looking plants!! Even that snake is looking healthy:).
All these plants seem to be thriving. I hope that visitor is a helpful one!
Thanks for stopping by my corner of Katy but please keep that snake in Conroe, LOL!
Love hydrangea...the fragrance is amazing! Thanks so much for visiting and for your sweet comments!Happy Monday. :)Cindy
Yes, I love hydrangea, but the AMAZING FRAGRANCE is the Gardenia! (you thought I was crazy didn't you! :O )
Carol, I don't like your uninvited guest! Everything else is good, though! Is lantana perennial in your area? It doesn't winter over here but it does great all summer long. Enjoy your hydrangea. Did you know you can play with the color by changing the acidity of the soil? Acid pH = blue; basic pH = pink and in between yields lavender or purple. Have a wonderful week!Beth
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