Wednesday, May 16, 2007

What Lurks In My Garden

The jungly abundance is putting on a tropical spring show as I wander it's nether regions doing things to it. A lot of new air and light is reaching into the hidden recesses. As long as it continues to get water it will close back in on itself once more.















Some slightly blurry baby Avocados. Ring-a-ding-ding.




















Alliums can become my new Agapanthus in the colder climes of mountaintop gardening.




















I should make this my screen saver to remind myself to find a new dentist right away. I may be moving to a holler, but I don't need to dive in to quickly to a stereotype. I wants ta keep my own teeth.

















Fresh new leaves on the Heliconia indica 'Spectabilis'.




















Red Ginger trees.



















And this gentleman I found lurking in the shrubberies. I brought him out to be exposed to the ravenous hordes I am expecting again this weekend. Perhaps we can find him a proper suitor.

















I just thought of another corner I have not venture into yet. I have a vague recollection of what may be lurking there.

2 comments:

Green thumb said...

Loved to 'Lurk' around in your garden!
Hi Christopher! I am fascinated by all the pictures you have on this blog along with the wonderful things you have to say about them.

Pam said...

The new leaves of Heliconia indica 'Spectabilis' are amazing!