Maple leaves, brown-eyed susies, shasta daisies, veronica, yarrow, mint, vetch and wild asters.
Daddy robin watches unhappily while Foster snaps photos of the nestlings under the deck.
Two robins have been hanging around the backyard all spring, abducting earthworms from the vegetable gardens and giving us the what-for any time we venture close to the opening under the deck. Here’s why.
There are two families of ducks that regularly march through our yard, looping around the gardens, and you’d think it would be easy to grab a photo of a procession like this, but they move fast. I snapped this from the dining room window as they zoomed by in the rain, so please forgive the blurriness.
I make a lot of bouquets around here and rarely think to photograph them, but today I did. Roses, lady’s mantle, lamb’s ears, rose campion, brown-eyed Susans, and maple leaves.
His lupin patch. There’s no competing with that.