I have some Red Blooms in my GEORGIA GARDENS this week!
The Fringe Bush, (AKA: Loropetalum) is putting on a pretty show for me.
Nandina is looking pretty as well. This is one of 4 that we have in the front porch planters. We plan to move the Nandina elsewhere soon. They are starting to crowd the Japanese Maple trees. Since the Maples are the focal point in those two planters, the bushes must go.
Do you see what I see on the front porch post? Look up high.
A birdhouse, which the birds have decided is not good enough for a home. But good enough to support a nest behind. Ha, those silly Wrens.
It looks as though, the Wrens are using leaves from the Japanese Maples I just mentioned. I see pine needles and other leaf as well. The Wrens did this last year as well and there was not enough room to lay eggs. But they are back giving it a second go. I have 9 birdhouse's on the front porch for the birds to use and they are the least bit interested in them. Geesh....
Small Flocks of Robins are starting to show up in the gardens so they are on the move. Oh yes, Spring is near and I am BIRD WATCHING, In the Garden... Words and Photos Property of In the Garden Blog Team, In the Garden