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More Flowers in my Garden



I absolutely love watching my garden grow and bloom. It's such a sense of accomplishment seeing things that I planted grow and thrive.

I don't have as many pictures to share this go around as I did last time but I still wanted to share with you the new blossoms and growth. 


First up is my Tiger Lilly. The bush itself was pretty full as you can see in this first picture.....


but now it has plenty of flower stalks and even one open bloom (you can also see the difference in my Canna Lillies):



Next newest blooms are my Snap Dragons. The stalks were coming up thick and lush, shooting up stalks all over my flowerbed.


Now I have pretty pink and orange blooms.


Then there's this plant (I still don't know what it's name is). It's kinda hard to tell in the "before and after" pics the size it's grown, but I promise you it has. :-) 



Does anyone know what it's called? It has rubbery like leaves and pinkish purplish "flowers". I'll try to get a picture of the flowers once they bloom but I don't think that actually happens till fall.




And then I have a new garden friend to share with you. These little guys aren't usually seen out in the daylight but he was chilling in the front yard.

Can you see him? Look just a little right to the big tree.


Here, let me help you out:


They usually come out in the evening and you can watch them play tag and leap frog in the yard and street (luckily for them our street isn't busy). I took a lot of pics of him but there were all difficult to see him unless you knew where to look.

See, not as many pics to share but that's b/c that's ok, I'm sure I'll have more to share again in a few weeks. I know, y'all can't wait! LOL

Comments

  1. I like it! Now you need a veggie garden lol. That is a neat looking plant, looks a little prickly though.

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    1. Haha! I'd LOVE to have a veggie garden, but sadly my yard is gravel, on top of rock on top of boulders.....or at least that's what it felt like putting up the fence LOL

      That plant is actually really smooth, rubber like and not in the least bit prickly.

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  2. Sis, come plant flowers in the front of my house! They never live when I plant stuff. I have a brown thumb for sure!!!!

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    1. Love too! You providing the plane ticket? LOL Seriously tho, all my plants are "plant and forget" kinda plants. Come up every year and I don't have to coddle them....easy peasy! LOL

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