If you don’t like the weather around here, stick around till tomorrow. It’s likely to be vastly different. Such is life in Texas.
The poor pansies don’t know what’s up.
Someone please tell me what this lovely bush is. It’s on the west side of my house, blooming its little heart out.
I’m afraid there probably is no sun at all for us today.
Except many the permanently smiling sort.
A few azaleas out front have dared to bloom again. Got their seasons mixed up, I think. Kind of like my new granddaughter seems to have her days and nights mixed up, my daughter reports.
Yesterday at Home Depot I picked up a juniper. Didn’t know where I wanted to put it, so stuck it in a pot with lemon basil. I know, an odd combination. But for now, it will do.
I love the blue-gray color. Kind of like the color I’m thinking about painting the garden room. I have yellow in some rooms, brownish shades in others, and green in the front living portions. So I’ve pretty well covered the shades of sun and earth. Think maybe now I should go for sky. The color of sky just before a thunderstorm.
Isn’t she lovely???
And from yet another angle. Up close and very personal.
And the overall view.
These sweet girls just keep surprising me with their performances.
And it’s a good thing too. For I worked in the yard all afternoon yesterday. But today, I’ll probably be viewing them from my wonderful new French doors.
Seeing these tulips coming up really makes me appreciate the look of purple paired with bright green. Isn’t nature the best designer of all?
Home Depot also had some ceramic pots on clearance. So I picked up a few of those. And of course couldn’t pass up the tulip bulbs that were on clearance too. Though it’s probably a tad late planting those. Oh well, we’ll see how things evolve.