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Saturday, November 19, 2011


It's interesting that so many different ones were blossoming during October.
Comment from October's post.

Yeah... Middle Georgia is actually considered part of the sub-tropical south. We had our first frost last week, and there's still plenty of colour in the garden. I walked around with a camera today, in an attempt to record the mid-November garden...

To have butterflies, you need caterpillars.
Here's a coupla gulf frits.
(Be sure to click all the pics today!)

The butterflies they eventually become.

Close-up of the lantana that was so popular last month.

Sulfur yellow visits a turk's cap hibiscus

Zabulon Skipper

Buckeye Butterfly

Checkerspot butterfly

Catching grasshoppers.

Mustard greens.

Helianthus debilis


Salvia coccinea

Monarda Punctata

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Blogger oldwhitelady said...

Beautiful pictures. The kitty looks very happy! YUM! My poor kitties would probably love to be out catching grasshoppers, too.

November 24, 2011 at 6:52 PM  
Blogger Gardens-In-The-Sand said...

The cat is positively photogenic.

I'm sure that there's enough grasshoppers for your cats too. Maybe you could catch them at mid-leap.
Dunno how people get that shot...

November 24, 2011 at 8:53 PM  
Blogger Shady Gardens said...

Wow, you have some beautiful photos. I loved learning all those different butterfly names.

January 2, 2012 at 12:31 PM  

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