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I believe that when people imagine a tulip it’s a red one that probably comes to mind first. In art class in elementary school when we were instructed to draw our spiky topped tulips (that was the shape we youngsters … Continue reading
Roses are red (or white, pink, yellow, orange or combos) Violets are blue Here’s a Screaming Neon Red shrub rose for you! Happy Valentines Day – Teri
We recently went to one of our favorite spots for lunch and I was pleasantly surprised to see there were still begonias doing quite well in the November weather around the restaurants now closed patio.
Tulips all have. Can you guess what they are?
Heliconius erato – The neotropical Red Postman Butterfly. It’s not often you get to see a butterfly belly!
This guy (I think it is a male) is the black Atrophaneura Varuna or Batwing Butterfly; a member of the swallowtail family sans the tail. Of all the butterflies at the wonderland, this one stood out the most!
The 1903 Ford Model A. The first vehicle made by the new Ford Motor Company, incorporated June 16, 1903. I don’t think this was the ‘first’ vehicle made but the first model they made; would be amazing if it was … Continue reading
One of my favorites to say hello to when I visit the roses each year. I think there actually is a rainbow sorbet out there somewhere to eat. It’s summer, it’s hot, I think I will go try to find … Continue reading
Bullseye (sometimes spelled Bull’s Eye) is a shrub rose that is said to have a sweet spice fragrance, is nearly thornless and very resistant to black spot. Sounds like something I stand a chance of being able to grow.