Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Zinnias

The Thumbelina Zinnias are beginning to bloom.

They are thriving in the heat.

The Zinnias will be wonderful butterfly food.

The Queen Ann's Lace continues to bloom.


The drought continues.
We are taking care of the birds.

 We are planning our Autumn gardens.
Having an edible landscape is nice.


6 comments:

Giga said...

U Was susza, a u nas pada i pada. Cynie bardzo lubię i mam też w ogródku. Twoje są śliczne. Pozdrawiam.
You do drought, and with us it rains and rains. Tin, and I really like it in the garden. Your are beautiful. Yours.

Angie said...

The Thumbelinas are precious. :) The book on edible landscape gardening would interest me. I have been eating salad greens every day. Last night I couldn't sleep, so I concentrated on sending the Rain Dragons back to you. :)
Angie (who is trying to clear up last minute chores while feeling very hung over ;/)

Blue bird said...

All I can say: I have been shot inside because of repeated heat Waves May be tomorrow we get a break.
The Hazy,Hot and Humid 3 H are very tiring

Ruth said...

Your zinnias are beautiful, what a fiery orange!

Judy said...

Those zinnias are beautiful!!! And I love the butterfly!

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