What a wonderful tour of blooms and critters and insects!
Sherry,That Black Swallowtail on Indian Paintbrush is really a great image! Enjoyed the rest too, but that one is very special.
My dear Sherry.....this is how I dream my garden will be one day....well I can dream can't I?So many butterflies....just like a beautiful painting. So much colour and movement.I plan to plant more chives this year......alongside them will be your marigolds. They are around four inches high now and looking very healthy. At the moment they are in the greenhouse, too cold outside.The colour of the flax is wonderful. Sadly the farmers here have grown rape this year. Whilst the bright yellow blooms colour the countryside, the pollen plays havoc with my eyes and throat.Wonderful safari,,,,,,magical.
What a fantastic array of butterflies! I've seen only a few Painted Ladies and Red Admirals flying about occasionally here so far this spring. I didn't realize they liked chives; mine are already blooming, so perhaps I'll have a few visitors soon. And thanks for the reminder about the kale--I need to get mine planted! I don't care much for snails, but your photo makes him look almost cute:)
Wonderful pictures. At least you had a beautiful day.
Sherry it is always good for my soul stopping by and seeing all these glorious bugs and blooms andbutterflies!I have some chives planted but I think I will plant more!Wishing you a wonderful May!
Dear Sherry, that was a fantastic safari - thanks for taking us with you! Those blooms and critters are awesome!
That looks a lovely place for your Sunday safari - what a lot of beautiful butterflies you managed to see, and to photograph.The muskrat is rather cute - I've never seen one before - I had to google it to find out more.
Sherry that last photo is tremendous. You had a lively Sunday Safari.
Great photos! I love the one with the swallowtail flying above the Indian Paintbrush. Gorgeous shot of the Blue Flax too.
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