My Walk this Morning

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In My Lil Slice, I have a little of everything going on. Over the Years I have Planted what has caught my eye, and I was able to grow here in My 9 zone. And of Course Plants given to me Thru the Family.  Gardening is at the Whim of the Gardener. It can start Simple & Small, then add as years go by… In Gardening it takes time, Trial & Error…Learning your Region & what plants are for your area.   Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder… As in Art’s & Crafts, All it takes is Imagination, and a Dream.  We all have Creative Abilities.

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This is a Handed Down 4 Generation Climbing Rose. Mine Varies in Bloom color, some are Dark Pink/White, and the ones shown here Light Pink/White. The cluster has 17 buds.

Amaryllis  I planted One, 3 years ago, now I have about 30.

 Butterfly Attractor,(I am not good w/Names! My biggest downfall!) This Plant I got 3 Years ago,  The Past few Winters were Harsh that I had to trim it all the way down, but Lil Bugger keeps coming back!  This year was such a Mild one it gave this one a chance to grow.

Hummingbird Bush (Again, Names) Had this for 3 years. The Bush itself is 6ft x6ft. (I am trying to figure out how to Prune it back!) I captured one of the visitors to this Bush…Bee’s Love this, they swarm all thru the day! Along with 3 Types of Butterflies, Bumble Bees & of course My Hummingbird who Protects His Territory by chasing other Hummingbird’s Away! Will Try to get more Pics Of the Visitors!

Red & Pink Pentas, Another Butterfly Attractor.  Had The Red ones for 2 Years, The Pink one My Lil Grandson brought Home to me from School last year.

Gerber Daisy Salmon Color. Had this Lil Fellow going on 4 Years, Always comes back for me. 🙂

Handed Down Lily 3 Generations, The Bloom Colors vary with this one also, From a Dark Magenta, Vary Stages of Pink to at times Blooming White. I have counted up to 20 Blooms on One Stalk.

Angel Wing Begonia  Have in a Container outside of my Screen Porch out back.

This is my Bird Feeding/Squirrel Area. It’s a Pagoda Style to keep the Cooper’s Hawks, and other Predator Bird’s from swooping in while they feed. (I’ve had the Hawks land on top of the Pagoda). I have in the forefront a Joseph’s Coat Rose. In the Back a Wisteria who is still very young. In the back Left of Pic a Cape Cod Honeysuckle. I have Ground Doves, Cardinals (Mr. & Mrs.), Blue Jays, Mockingbirds, Red Headed Woodpeckers, Wrens, Migratory Birds. (Names Again). This area is still a work in Progress. At the Bird feeder is a Ground Dove. On the Lattice to the bottom Left…One of the Many Squirrel’s.

Caladiums, They came out very Early this Year, But then again Had a Warm Winter…which makes me wonder if We’ll have a Very Hot Summer…

Thanks For Your Time… God Bless!   ~Pam

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6 responses »

  1. I must agree with your “trial & error” theory. Even though some plants are *perfect* for my area (Zone 5A), sometimes they just don’t like me or my soil or my, well, anything. To be a gardener, you have to be willing to fail; my outlook is “give it a try”.

    • Always Give it a Try! Found that Years ago, many a Plant died for me trying, but I guess with age comes a “Let me Try this again”…And for now it’s I have been able to grow what I could not Years ago. I have been Reading more about having a Garden. My Husband bought me “Burpee, The Simple Garden” Book. It has helped in areas. Keep Givin it a Try! I always add to my soil (Florida Sand Soil).
      I add Miracle Gro Garden Soil, Top Garden Soil, and Manure Compost, Mix it all up, Plant, Use Osmocote Plant Food that is slow release, and Mulch to hold in Moisture. (Florida Sun can Bake Plants).
      Let me know how your doing! 🙂

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