Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Wordless Wednesday - Simple in the Garden


Here we are, Wednesday again! You know what that means.  You see quite a few pictures and get very few words. 

 Simple can be beautiful.  I like simple very much. I hope you do too and will enjoy these shots of simplicity from my July garden.......


Small and simple geranium.

One tropical Blue Pea blossom.


Grey Dove seems to have a set time to visit my garden every day - late afternoon.

Mexican Bachelor Button.

White Whirling Butterfly flower.

Blue porterweed.
Dwarf Pomegranate.

Blue Daze

Wild Mushrooms


Marie Van Houte Rose

Crepe Myrtle
Single-petal Knockout Rose



  1. Replies
    1. I love him too. It is usually on the ground or sitting on the edge of the low birdbath and I don't notice until I get close and scare it into flight.

  2. How pretty. I would love to plant some knock out roses...they do well here in Florida. And I'll have some toadstools to share in a post tomorrow. Sweet hugs, Diane

    1. Yes, knock's do pretty good in zone 9b and I would imagine even better in the more northern zones. I love toadstools and always enjoy them when I spot one in my yard. I have been seeing quite a few. I will try to remember to check out your post tomorrow.


Thank you for visiting ~ I love to get your feedback.