Currently, I am dreaming of this dry creek I saw on the Colleyville Promenade earlier this month. I have the first layer of my dry creek almost completed and then I must locate some beautiful rock to achieve this look. Well, some rock and some great plants...
Besides the usual distractions of the day job, housework, etc., photographing the butterflies in the garden has kept me from finishing some of my garden design goals. The passionflower on the east side of the building does not stand a chance of returning from it's winter slumber as all the gulf fritillary larva have eaten almost all the emerging passionflower in sight.
Do you know how hard it is to photograph the Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis)? Finally got this photo as I provided him shelter from the wind. Another distraction...
After the heat of 2011 summer, I have discovered the Eryngium survived and has rewarded the loft garden with a bloom! So little it takes to please this girl.
There are some accomplishments to report. I do have one bed completed. I have added some new plants and a fresh topping of cedar mulch just before the last bit of rain. I am still a few solid work days in the
garden away from more Kodak moments. Most importantly, I want to get these projects done before the real heat sets in. In the mean time, a girl