These Doves are enjoying a sip of water from one of many bird baths we have here in my Georgia Gardens. Our flock of Dove never seem to grow beyond about a dozen or so. The resident Hawk, sees to that. Click HERE to see the hawk. I spotted the Hawk with a squirrel in its talons as it flew off into the woods this past weekend. Poor Squirrel but one less to dig in my gardens. Such is the cycle of life.
Well, hello there Miss Sunshine!
Even though I feel the Narcissus and Daffodil's are opening up early, looking back to last years files, I see they are blooming about the same time. Although, last year we had an early spring as it seems we may repeat this year as well.
Crocus are new to my gardens this year.
They are popping up along with weeds. Weeds=Not Good...
I planted 265 bulbs of Narcissus, Daffy's, Crocus and Muscari using my trusty Auger/Drill.
The Lilies are popping up and I hope they are not bit by Mr. Jack Frost in the coming weeks.
This Lily is way beyond where she should be. I have yet to clean this planter so the old remains.
The Camellia's have never bloomed so long for me!
They started blooming in late Oct and continue to give me blooms today. I really do enjoy these beauties as they are at the front door and we see them every time we go outside.
Yep, we are having another MILD WINTER, In the Garden...
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