Strange year Novmber and this is still in bloom.
Thought I might post some more flowers think warm.
I take no credit for the flowers that's my wife, I just take the photos.:)
Some bees lapping up the necter in a dahalia
Looks like they may have chewed on a few petals.:D
Butterfly either landing or taking off
and a very red lily
These grow plentifully in the wild here.
At least something is growing well in the garden
This one has what appears to be a double blossom
Just playing around and tried doing this with a watercolor effect.
This one is about 3 feet tall
This one is only about 8" to a foot tall, very strange
A Tiger Lily:
Growing in our flower garden.
Just don't eat anything :D
The Tulips have blossomed so I guess
spring is really here.
one happy Gnome among the tulips
It looks beautiful this year
WOW last year this tree was like this March 25th!
Never had any fruit cuz it happened too early.
Here it is today and no frost in site....so hopefully lotsa fruit this year.
Our bird bath cracked and no longer will hold water so my wife decided to make a little fairy garden out of it, now the problem she wants to buy more stuff to add to it. :D
brought the begonia in from outside to
see if it will survive a little longer.
it didn't look so big hanging outside. Good we did, Temp last night 25d
The largest tree in Connecticut, near the Farmington River in Simsbury
The plaque for it
The Granby CT oak another one of the largest trees in CT
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