In the summer, I love taking flower photos, looking for new angles. Luck can provide a flower and friends photo. Here is a phlox variety unique to our garden, thanks to its bestie bee. Flor, ¿quién te ama? En el verano, me encanta tomar fotos de flores, buscando perspectivas nuevas. La suerte puede proveer una […]Read more
Last on the Card – July 2022
Featuring the last pic on my phone from last month: Photo challenge by Bushboy’s Blog, last photo on the card from July.Read more
Shy to Fly Hither and Nearby
The giant swallowtails are on watch, any hint of a device or camera and they flitter away post haste. They are a skittish butterfly, wings in motion as they sip nectar. I’ve read they prefer pink flowers. In their bid for world dominion, I thought the phlox of the garden were a bit overdone this […]Read more
Can We Bee Friends?
The Wisconsin weather is sunny and warm, perfect for gardening. Yesterday I saw and heard many bees in our wildflower patch. Green-headed coneflower is the bees’ knees. The buzz is, “Hey, move over. This is my flower!” My favorite dual pink phlox variety; bold white hosta flowers; champion reblooming purple campanula Single blooms; pink, yellow, […]Read more
What’s Blooming Now?
As Wisconsin summer wanes; flowers change. Here are spots of color from our garden. Pinks; Butterfly-Created Phlox Variety; Sycamore Tussock Caterpillar Flowers, bugs, and butterflies abound. Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly on Phlox, two views; Campanulas Unidentified moth on peony leaf; busy bees; bee in Rose of Sharon bloom What is flowering where you live? Gracias for […]Read more