This is a busy beautiful time in my yard.
|just a little difference between my yard on the left and the neighbors on the right|
|The African Sumac got a long overdo hair cut.
It’ll grow back, right? right?
|Salvia – butterflies and hummingbirds love these trumpet shaped flowers as well as the bees.|
Edibles aren’t quite edible yet, except the beets, which I finally harvested and planted a few pumpkin seeds yesterday.
|beets of different varieties|
|red table grapes|
|Thompson seedless grapes|
|tomatoes – forgot to label the early girl and the beefmaster – oops.
I have 3 of each.
|lots of pomegranate flowers, hopefully more than one tiny pomegranate this year|
|yarrow slowly becoming a ground cover where the citrus trees that never grew were|
And a few just for fun treats:
|Taken through the patio door – this beauty wasn’t letting me get much closer.
We are lizard central right now, don’t tell my friend Mary.
|We have added Shiver City to Mushroom Kingdom this month.
I asked Little Master if he wanted me to cut the holes into doors, but he preferred them this way.