Here are some recent pictures I took in my garden.
CAN YOU SMELL THEM ?
A WINTERHARDY OPUNTIA
TINY VIOLETS WHO SELFSEEDED IN A POT FILLED WITH SUCCULENTS
SYRINGA PALIBIN, A DWARF LILAC
GERANIUM JOHNSONS BLUE
Have a great week all !! I hope you are enjoying your garden !
As promised, more pictures of the Sonoran Dessert Museum.
PRETTY WILD FLOWERS GROWING ALONGSIDE THE CACTI
FRESH NEW SPRING LEAFS
OPUNTIA SANTA RITA
HUMMINGBIRDS ARE LURED WITH SWEET STUFF, THEY WERE KEPT IN AN AVIARY WHERE YOU COULD WALK INSIDE TO SEE THEM UP CLOSE
I LOVED THAT PERFECT BLUE SKY !!!!!
ADENIUM FLOWERS, A SUCCULENT
We loved our visit to the Sonoran Dessert garden, it was hot though even in March !
Thanks for your visit .
On our travels in Arizona last March we ended up one day in the Sonora Dessert Museum. We loved it ! So much to see, a great garden and lots of wildlife and on top some really really old gemstones and fossils. But it was hot ! even in March so I wonder what it’s like in Summer !!!!
CREATED BY NATURE MILLIONS OF YEARS AGO
HUMMINGBIRD IN AN AGAVE FLOWER STALK
Tomorrow I’ll continue with this Dessert Museum blogpost as I have too many pictures of it and I want to show you more.
I hope you are all well and happy !