(Apologies to Bogart and Bergman)
We dug out several yucca plants from near their point of origin,
nestled there in the curve of the side walk,
and planted them in front of the pampas grass,
where the girls are weeding.
If we need to replace a transplant
we know where to find one.
They just keep growing.
Things are still growing. A new raspberry plant.
Flowers long past their prime are still blooming.
And making me smile.
Then we went to the bird seed store
and came back with replacements for our hanging baskets.
I still can't part with this basket, so pictures will follow another day.
At the end, out of sight, bluebird feeder. Or orioles. Or robins.
I can't imagine what they see in meal worms.
The piece de resistance!
A squirrel assault closes the seed holes. How cool is that!
A very good day.
Thanks to Hamilton for taking the picture.
Laura is curled in the chair reading the bird book.