Tiny Garden Spider

You know, it’s funny… Every time I’ve ever seen a garden spider in my home garden it’s like this giant yellow spider just suddenly appears out of nowhere.  I’ve never noticed them when they are small, until this week.  This is a tiny spider hanging out among our shasta daisies and other flowering perennials.  That...

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Cherry Worm

I am not at all happy with today’s post… we have discovered that our blueberry bushes have been affected by the cherry worm – a moth that lays its eggs on the bush and the developing caterpillars then work their way through the fruit.  We noticed tiny little spots on the side of some blueberries...

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Zizia

This developing seed head of my zizia aurea (Golden Alexander) in my butterfly garden just felt “artsy” to me.

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fuzzy

Macro is literally my favorite… to be able to really look closely at things I can’t see well with my own eyes blown up on a computer screen makes these flowers even more beautiful to me – makes insects even more intriguing… just makes me motivated to get out and get up close more often. ...

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Anticipation

A Shasta Daisy About to Bloom…

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