But always looking for the positive side of things, the power lines make a great perch for my feathered friends such as this Eastern Bluebird. He eats many insects from my gardens so we like this fella. With my birds-eye view, I can see things are growing nicely such as the Angel Trumpet that Tina passed along to me. To the right is that Angel Planter I showed you a few weeks ago.
Dawn talked about her Angel Trumpet on Monday with her having issues with possible Spider Mites. See also received her Angel from Tina.
No Spider Mites on my Angel as she is doing wonderful with her first summer in my garden. I did not expect her to bloom on her first year but look at that baby blooming for me!
Getting to the ground level, you can see about 5 blooms on her branches. She has given me more blooms which have already fallen to the ground.
Here is a close-up of Miss Myrtle in the background. She is shining bright for me.
This is my first Angel Trumpet so I am learning as I go along with this beauty. When her blooms first start out, they are a creamy yellow color.
Once open, they are a light salmon type color. I just love this color as I have nothing else of this color shade in the garden. I planted this Angel in full sun and she seems to be loving it. Tina is a wonderful gardener to share such beauties with her garden pals. Thank you Tina, You are an angel as well... I just love TINA'S ANGEL, In the Garden...
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