Sunday Morning Garden

Been a really late garden year ! Here's some shot's. Tomatos are still green.

Trumpet Vine

Zucchini Flower

Datura Plant

Dahlia

Local wild life

You sort of have to enlarge this to the right, this guy i 3/4inch/ 2cm !1

The garden !

Echinacea plant

Morning Glory .

My worst Enemy “Tomato Horn Worm” Please Enlarge ! Hate these things, will eat a whole tomato

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    • # Sara G

      A lot of pretty flowers! Hard work equals satisfying results..poison that tomato worm..they are too delicious to share with them!

      2011.08.27 Reply Cancel

    • # Birthe

      Beautiful garden! The season has been quite late at my place too, feels like the blossom just began and now it's almost autumn...

      2011.08.23 Reply Cancel

    • # Artbee

      Your garden looks great this year Neil! The bad weather hasn't hurt it at all. It was a late year for planting, but hopefully it will be warm for a while longer. Otherwise it will be fried green tomatoes......
      Great shots of your garden!

      2011.08.22 Reply Cancel

    • # Saku

      Very beautiful garden. I like #5, 6 and 15..!!! #16 is terrible..but very nicely captured!!!!!:)))

      2011.08.19 Reply Cancel

    • # Justmeg

      the sunlight you've captured is really quite beautiful and the epitome of summer warmth! I grew some tomato plants this summer and even though the tomatoes werent that big, they were delicious! lovely set you have here my friend :-)

      2011.08.19 Reply Cancel

    • # Liz

      just love the little fat frog on the red background..a lovely bright set

      2011.08.18 Reply Cancel

    • # Sherij

      We seem to have the same local wildlife! Ours come out of the ground after a down pour! Hope ya get the worms under control! Isn't there a powder you can sprinkle on them??

      2011.08.17 Reply Cancel

    • # Neil

      Garden Update: While watering tonight, Hornworm world is down 10 , couldn't believe there were that many on my plants, largest 4 in/ 11cm !, could be more, weird garden year. cd

      2011.08.17 Reply Cancel

    • # Marsha

      Wow, wow....look at all that great stuff you've got growing! A whole tomato? You're gonna love the ones that creepy worm leaves behind!

      2011.08.17 Reply Cancel

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