Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Garden Friends and Flowers

Are you sick of my garden photos yet?
Good because it's only just begun.
I walk the garden several times a day and always manage to find something new.
This morning I found this baby bunny in my veggie garden.

Got this awesome gnome over the weekend at the new Home Goods store.
He fits right in!

Love this false indigo. I bought it half dead last year so this was the first time I got to see it looking so beautiful. There were a ton of little bugs on it.

Another blue flower on the Jacob's ladder.

After lunch I saw this damsel fly on the scotch broom.
Or maybe it's a baby dragonfly?
It was really small.

My first coreopsis to bloom.

Spiderwort with a bee hiding behind it.
You can see his leg full of pollen.

Bee collecting pollen from my meadow rue.

Red Valerian just starting to bloom.
Also called Jupiter's beard (I like that name better).

Silly Pumpkin Pie likes to be carried through the garden when it's rainy.
Hard to hold a camera and a cat.
I guess he has me well trained!


Deborah Adams,Long Beach, California. said...

One can never tire of such lovely garden photos Jen! Such a sweet little baba bun too! :-)

~ Deb

Dom said...

Bunny is SO CUTE.

Lin said...

Oh, that little bunny is so cute--even if he is in the vegetable patch. :)

I'm not tired of the garden shots yet.

Zan Asha said...

Hi Jen! Wow, I need to visit this place more often! I LOVE all of the photos, of course the bunny is too sweet, but everything is enchanting! Hugs to you!

Studio at the Farm said...

I NEVER tire of your photos!! They are wonderful.

Anonymous said...

What a sweet bunny! I hope he wasn't getting a snack....

First Draught Farm said...

I simply love your garden. I wish I had the time, patience and diligence to do the same; unfortunately, life at this moment isn't allowing for much of anything other than work.

Faerie Moon Creations said...

I never get tired of looking at your garden photos. They are amazing. I haven't seen any butterflies yet - just some bumblebees. :) And that little baby bunny broke my heart - sooooo cute. :) Theresa

Kristen said...

I still can't believe how much earlier your stuff grows compared to CT!