Me giving the salute, hubby with camera glued to his face.
Points for knowing the song in the title!
I haven’t been posting as much as I want to – too many other things keep getting in the way. I like to use the blog to remind me of plant-progress from year to year, and so I’m not only failing the people who might be interested; I’m letting down myself, too.
So let’s get back to the garden. It rained off and on all day here, with one memorable hail-shower. It seems to have finally cleared, at nearly 9pm, and I got this as a reward.
Yes, I maxed out the colour saturation. I don’t care.
Caught a bumblebee choosing between raspberry flowers. Had at least four bees in the patch at any one time (between showers) today. Yay!
My azalea has a ‘sport’. It is all white, except for that one branch. Odd. Anyone know why the leaves look so…yucky? I’ve only known azalea in Florida, and they were massive and healthy there. I do have proper feed for it, and I see no obvious pests.
Columbine aka agualegia is blooming, and the hail took out a lot of the blooms before I took these today. These came from seed of the purple and white plant, so it is curious that one is different than the other. No neighbors nearby are growing them.
Poor lilac. They are in bloom all over right now – not my baby. Might have to repot or put it in my dirt-strip out front.
Native primrose is doing well! Spotted it in bloom all over the coast of Mayo this week.
A present from my mother-in-law, isn’t it colourful?
More new clematis…Pink Fantasy
Pink Fantasy looks funky when not entirely unfurled! There is a third new one but it isn’t blooming yet. These are all waiting on our lazy arses to finish the trellises along the back wall so they can feel real soil, not just pot-dirt.
Nicotiana from last year is HUGE now. This one is at least 4 ft tall, and so many buds. Can’t wait.
Rosemary is blooming again. Don’t see how, when it is strangled in dog fur like that!
Whoooo bought some fun garden ornaments this year? Not me – hubby!
He also picked out these flowers, osteospermum, and dug the grass and rocks out to plant them here. Solar kitty is from last year – he glows green!
There isn’t any agony. I just couldn’t resist the pun!
I was sitting outside reading, and felt something on my bare foot. First instinct was to fling whatever it was off, but something made me look first.
And you wouldn’t be seeing these pictures if I hadn’t done my nails yesterday for a wedding. It’s officially spring when the rainbow toenail polish is on!
I think she needed a warm place to rest. I’m always warm!
I’m also not very ticklish, so those little light feet traversing up my foot didn’t bother me a bit.
She stayed about 10 minutes on my toe. I went back to my book. The next time I looked…
Yeppers. I had a bee pee on me. That’s what I get for being nice!