Tuesday, March 25, 2008


Last summer Michael and I dug a drainage ditch in our front yard to alleviate some of the water generated by our Florida downpours. Digging must have activated lots of long dormant seeds of phlox, a wildflower that grows everywhere in central Florida in the spring. They just appeared uninvited yet tolerated more affectionately than relatives.

art studioWell, of course Michael can't mow down these beauties. Oh sure, an elegant excuse.

phloxThey've imposed themselves with attitude.

rosesOur Florida roses strain to compete.

calico catMoi's planting table of tomatoes, peppers and cosmos. The gargoyle is Babush.

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