Look who has joined me in my Georgia Gardens! On the new yellow Butterfly Bush no doubt.
I spotted 4 different Monarch Butterflies fluttering away at the Butterfly Bushes on Sunday.
On Monday, I spotted 3 of them. I don't know if these are the same flutterbugs or not. I am enjoying observing the beauties while I play in the garden on these glorious days of recent.
A bit of rain has fallen on our once drought stricken summer gardens. Thus the popping of odd mushrooms. This clump is in the Rock Garden nestled amongst the creeping Ivy and Perwinkle.
From this viewpoint, they look as those they are a water feature of bronze. I can see water trickling down from the various levels by using my imagination. Oh how I wish I knew if they were safe to eat or not. We have so many in the yard now that we could make many meals from the treats. But I will refrain for fear of poisoning myself. I will just enjoy looking at the BUTTERFLIES AND MUSHROOMS, In the Garden...
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