Look what happened now...
Ready, Set, Jet!
There has been very little rain this winter and into spring in south Texas. So there aren't very many wildflowers. But here are a few I have been able to capture.
The main thing about stopping on the side of the road to take the pictures is where there are flowers there are ALWAYS snakes. So added level of difficulty + 100, thank you very much!
*Oh & Some of these were taken with Iphone4, Ipad and Fuji Camera. So quality does vary.
Last year I was all over it! Taking 100s of pictures and posting, editing, sending to friends, etc. This year, meh. There really isn't much of a display. And...
If you follow me on twitter you know that my new neighbors weed sprayed some of my plants! Killing my passion vines, roses and one other plant (I can't remember the name of!) Arggg - Am trying to keep my cool, but come on...
So its taken the fun out of gardening and flower watching for me this year +
Pansy - not wildflower. Nettie planted these at her office. In her spare time..lol
It's already warm..
One more "planted" flower
These are really tiny, small flowers. Gardner told me they were climbing roses and planted them. I told him, “No, not roses and do not plant.” And he still planted them. They only bloom for a short time; all at once and then NOTHING but crazy ass vines everywhere.
But I just can’t see digging them up since they are established and all. But I do not care for them.
See crazy vines? and NOT ROSES
If I can slow down enough I shall attempt some pictures of all the other wildflowers.
We had significant rain and wind (Hence the neighbors tree blowing down on my greenhouse* Once again-if you follow me on twitter. lol)
But I am in over drive with the upcoming trip to New Orleans and all the other projects. So probably not.
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