Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Spring Fever

Maybe it will help, and maybe it will hurt but in case you, like me suffer from an early case of massive Spring fever – some pictures of the goings on around my garden yesterday….Now mind you this is only one single bee. And that poor little lady bug. I felt like I should go hunting for it. There are no aphids in sight. I hope she still hangs around and finds my garden a good place to lay her eggs. In a few months I’ll be wishing she were around!
Hope you aren’t dial up!

‘Till next time!



  1. Oh! I just love your photos today. The bee is fabulous...I love my ladies! What kind of plant is the last series: are those blueberries? I just bought some plants, I don't know what they look like in bloom.

  2. You really do know how to hurt a girl, don't you? Things around here are still so gray and dreary.

  3. Great pictures. What kind of plant is the bee on? Is it a citrus of some kind? It looks like it smells great too (if that makes any sense).

  4. Oh like your header is that okra flower? I be very happy too to watch even a single bee in my garden in early spring.

  5. Lynda- Yes Blueberries. MMmmmmm

    Granny- Sorry. Just trying to spread a little Spring cheer. Even though this is all going on it's still killing me that my plants are so small. I was hoping to help andmaybe inspire those seed trays of yours.

    Kelly- Thanks. Yes, the bee is all over the citrus lemon, lime, tangerine mainly.

    Malay- yes it is. :-) I love the lfowers and in the summer it is a flower one day and ready to eat the next! :-D