Every year we get some volunteer seedlings from the neighbours cedar . . . I rescue them from the path between the house and the fence, pot them up and later park them in a new more suitable home.
"When you wish upon a star . . ."
I keep threatening to remove this rose bush that really consists of a single branch, is hiding behind a massive spirea, consistently has its leaves bug-eaten . . . and then it goes and does this!
Spring colours in early fall.
Rain-splashed New Guinea Impatiens foliage.
It's not everyday that you see 2 orange men waving signs on the street so I obviously had to find a spot to capture the craziness. Apparently the best spot was the Dairy Queen parking lot. I may have slipped into the drive-through line-up after snapping the shot.
My girl Gracie . . . about 8 weeks after her lion cut.
Her hair grows fast and she is much happier now.