Friday, June 7, 2013

In the garden

lesser goldfinch


mesquite pods


roadrunner


emerald moth


Vitex


Armenian cucumber flower


Tsuyataro cucumber flower


Sweetie cherry tomato - no flowers yet


hummingbird - unidentified


These flowers were all blooming in May:

 ruellias pink and purple, red sage, plumbago, vitex, yellow bells


Texan Crescent

Some of my neighbor's flowers:

Birds of Paradise Red and Mexican


pet box turtle :)

That's about it for now.
Have a nice day! 

19 comments:

angryparsnip said...

awwwwwwwwwww pet turtle.
Brother and wife are parents of several adopter abused turtles. They are so sweet and super fun !

Have a lovely week end.

cheers, parsnip

cieldequimper said...

That's all? :-) It's a lot! You are so lucky!

caucasusgeography said...

Hello! Wonderful photos!
Have a wonderful days!

Roberta said...

Love that green butterfly! WOW!

Barb said...

Such color for you to enjoy. The vivid blooms and butterflies are the gifts of spring. Would love to see a Roadrunner!

DeniseinVA said...

Great photos, that road runner always fascinates me.

Denise
An English Girl Rambles

teca said...

It's always a great pleasure to be here in your space...
Loved the shots!!!!

Have a nice weekend.
Hugs and flowers.

Julie said...

Wonderful blooms! These two butterflies are exquisite!!!
Hello Ms. Turtle friend!
xoxo- Julie

rainfield61 said...

Great view of the desert.

ZielonaMila said...

The nature is beautiful, wonderful photographs:) Greetings

betchai said...

i am always amazed with your collections, such wonderful life as seen and observed by you

Thérèse said...

Quite unusual this roadrunner up there!

eileeninmd said...

Wow, wonderful series. I love all the blooms, birds, butterflies and the cute turtle. Great photos!

Janie said...

What a great trip into your garden. I love the roadrunner and the emerald moth.

caucasusgeography said...

Hello! Have a wonderful days!

Martha Z said...

I love the roadrunner, they are fun to watch as they hurry along the ground. I am wondering how the veggies do in your summer heat. Here they just sulk when the temps near 100.

Diane AZ said...

Hi Martha, This is our first attempt growing cukes and tomatoes through the summer. Usually the garden is done by June, but we started it later this year. So far the veggies are doing okay with a lot of shade, compost and water. We'll see...

Magia da Inês said...

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Imagens lindas, gostei muito do beija-flor não identificado porque parece com os que existem aqui.
Bom restinho de semana!
Beijinhos do Brasil.

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Celeste said...

Yeah your box turtle made another appearance :) I always love seeing him on your blog, he looks a sweetie.