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July 07, 2015


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Oh I love that truck! How patriotic and pretty it looks. Your Miniature roses are so pretty. Do you bring them in during the winter? Orioles are such a pretty bird. I have tried luring them into my garden but have had no luck with it.It is so fascinating to see how hard the parents work feeding those hungry little beaks. :)


So happy to hear you had a great 4th of July celebration! That truck is amazing and I bet you really enjoyed having it in front of your house after the parade. That mini rose standard is amazing and your containers are gorgeous! So happy your garden is thriving - I want to get up to see it again soon. How wonderful to see all the baby birds and soon hummers!

Donna May

Beautiful pictures!

Beth @ PlantPostings

Oh, yes, that's a lovely Rose! I love to watch the parent birds feed their babies. :) Lovely photos, as always, Kathleen.


Now isn't that a clever toad! Every summer a toad or two moves into my little water garden, even though it is far away from any natural source of water. I don't know how they always figure out that it's there. Do you think it could be the same one every year? That doesn't even seem to be possible!

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