Monthly Archives: May 2012
Standing cypress (Ipomopsis rubra) just started to bloom this week. These are biennials, and germinated from the Native Trail Mix. Known to attract butterflies and hummingbirds as you can imagine. This particular plant is taller than me! There are several more … Continue reading
In an ideal world, where you knew your yard like the back of your hand, and every plant you ever wanted was readily available, and the weather didn’t swing merrily between a wetter than average year (2010 with over 26″ … Continue reading
As promised, nice pictures of things blooming.
All this talk of flowers but where are the pictures of this beautiful yard I hear you ask? I have yet to devise an organized way to photo the yard (from particular view points etc) so that I can track … Continue reading
Danny and I were sitting on the porch after a hard day’s planting (for me anyway, bit of a spectator sport for Danny), when I was very gratified to see this Lubbock visitor flit around the yard and finally settle … Continue reading
I came back with some plants from Canyon’s Edge as you can see below. They are all rather wee, so lets hope most of them make it once they are planted out. Pretty much everything is found on the Panhandle, … Continue reading