Photos


An early summer bloom.
This tree provided lovely fruit to fill my freezer in 2005. Sadly, the following year it became diseased and had to be removed.
The front end of a Robin Bird. It's hiding in an ornamental crabapple heaven.
Container garden if you have to, just grow some tomatoes. You will be glad you did! This is my garden 5 years ago.
Bearded Iris.
Another intricate iris.

Snow Snow Go Away! Makes for a pretty cool photo on the tulips though.
Yes, a Robin bird is the first sign of spring. This is the rear end of a Robin bird " Was she/he thinking this snow is crap?
Lovely Clematis, I need to grow this again. I moved almost 4 years back and left this behind.
Humingbird Moth. Waaay up close.
A full body shot of the Humingbird Moth
This insect flies and hovers like a humingbird. I thought this little moth was pretty interesting.
Before, I had the land to grow a huge garden, I planted my vegetables and herbs in pots and flower beds. Chives are so lovely in the spring.
This is quite possibly my favorite photo of plants that I have ever taken.
The plant is a Butterfly Bush. Clearly it attracts flying insects well. It also spreads like wildfire and takes over a bed in no time.
Pansies were my choice of flowers when Mister and I got married. They act as a perennial around here, although they are often sold as an annual.