Wednesday, May 22, 2013

More of my garden flowers.....AND where or where did my little brain go?

 This is a whatchamacallit - dang I can't think of the name!
 This is my lavender which I really thought was a goner also, but back it came!
 Look!  I got a bird feeder - so maybe I'll get some pictures of some birds.  Yeah right!
 The correopsis that is another survivor of Tiah's digging.
 I don't remember what this is either - where the heck did I put my brain?
Russian sage (background with purple flowers), Guara (forefront), Mexican feather grass and something with yellow flowers I can't remember it's name.  It is a desert plant that grows wild around here.

12 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

you're too cute. thanks for the snickers. :)

glad tiah didn't destroy everything. looks good, whatever it is! :)

KK said...

You've got a great garden. Keep working at it, and small things won't be able to stop your good work.

S. Etole said...

Great contrast of colors. I really like that top viney thing.

Maple Lane said...

Everything is pretty but I really love the lavender. Hope you enjoy your day, Susan.

Jill said...

LOVE that first shot! It all looks lovely!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I really love that bird feeder!!!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Your flowers are pretty. I love the scent of lavender. That's a neat looking bird feeder, too. You'll soon be shooting some birds! Oh, that didn't sound right...you know what I mean. :)

Debbie said...

everything looks GREAT!! don't tell tiah ;)))

Deb said...

Looking good!! My lavender is getting buds I can't wait..last year it didn't bloom

EG CameraGirl said...

I like planting flowers native to my area because they have such a GREAT ability to survive here. Russian sage must be able to survive in many places as it's wonderful in my gardens. And coreopsis is also a terrific grower here.

Rose said...

If you find your brain, would you look and see if mine is there, too?

Lovely flowers.

Jeanne said...

Your yard looks lovely in spite of your fur friend who likes to dig!