Some times a photograph needs to be taken at the peak of a flower's beauty. They don't last long or forever, but the pictures do. If you have time, you can place a bench next to a flower and just look deeply into it and appreciate and contemplate it's beauty. But most of us just look around casually as we are working the garden for the next set of beauties. We don't seem to remember how beautiful they were until we view our photo collection. Here are some beautiful Iris that I was enjoying today.
Have a good evening and have fun in your gardens tomorrow.
It was a kind of a dreary day, drizzly this morning, cloudy and cooler than it's been. Not the kind of day that makes you want to work in the garden, although I did a little bit. The garden area is still basically tones of green with some touches of color here and there. I took my camera to capture some of that color, but as I looked down into the lawn, there was this large four leaf clover staring up at me.
I had to save it and press it in a book to be lost until it is found sometime in the future. Here's a picture of Sandy's hand with my treasure.
I wanted to share my good luck with all my friends here on Garden Guides, so GOOD LUCK....Mr. Bill
Last year the desert rose bloomed inside during December/January. I didn't think it was going to bloom this year, but as I was moving most of my plants from their winter inside garden to the outside places, I noticed a bud. Now there are several buds and one opened today.
It's beauty is well worth the wait. Have a great day everyone.