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Monday, February 11, 2013

Signs of Spring

Sorry to everybody that is in the path of the blizzard, terrible weather this winter...

Spring is on the way, I snapped some pictures yesterday... to prove it...

Pear Blossoms

Creeping Phlox  


 Carolina Jessemine

Bridal Wreath Spirea

Even the Columbines are sending up bloom-stalks!

Here's something impressive... The peppers are sending up new growth from last seasons roots!

The cat doesn't mind the cold.


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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

The New Year

My apologies for the length of time since my last post. I've had the pictures, but not a way to upload.
Working from the library computer today, but let's keep it our secret.

Frost Bloom on Verbesina

Evening Primrose seedpods
I saw a bird eating seed out of these... but wasn't quick enough with the shutter.

Fava bean blossoms 

The Hellebore are blooming... 

These little yellow warblers made an appearance, scratched up my flower seeds out of the beds, and then left for parts unknown. Cute...

I had a yard full of butterflies today, but when I fetched the camera... couldn't get any of them to say "cheese".


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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Autumn grasses n stuff

splitbeard bluestem 


bluestem can have amazing colours (not just blue) I'm marking these magenta ones for future division.

More bluestem seed heads

Delea seedheads

Farkle berry bush

popcorn tree colour

rutabaga patch


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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Autumn wildflowers reprise

Another post of wildflowers from the middle Georgia sandhills... I sometimes read about how flowers are a rare commodity in the Autumn, and I've always had a lot of flowers in my Autumn gardens.

ageratina altissima

eupatorium coelestinum (algeratum)


salvia azurea

cabbage white butterfly (Pieris rapae)

camphorweed (Heterotheca subaxillaris)

Monarda punctata

Cloudless Sulphur (Phoebis sennae) visits turk's cap hibiscus (malvaviscus arboreus) above and salvia microphylla below.

Monarch and gulf fritillary share Miss Huff (lantana) blooms

American Ladies on narrow-leaved sunflowers (helianthus angustifolius)

Narrow leaved sunflowers in the meadow with little bluestem and goldenrods.


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Monday, October 1, 2012

Wildflowers and Butterflies

American Painted Lady and Dalea Pinnata 

Honey bee and Bumble bee with Dalea Pinnata

Wasp pollinator

Coupla skippers

 The agalinis pupurea are putting on a very nice show.

 My drive-way

Sulphur butterfly visits the agalinis.

 Monarch imatator....
Viceroy butterfly enjoying an over-ripe pear

 Patch of switch grass

 Helianthus Angustifolius

 Hibiscus sabdariffa

Very dark gulf fritillary...


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