a daily appreciation of all things beautiful
Great photos, as always. The bark of the dogwood is so interesting, and I bet the dogwoods of spring look awesome.
The next time to hold the feeder you must have a friend photograph this holy grail moment! I love L radiata, such a lovely red!gail
The hummingbirds actually came and fed from your hand? That's incredible. I'm going to have to hang feeders to try that.
That dogwood bark is PRETTY cool.
Drupes, huh?...O.K. Donna...Tomorrow I have to go check my Dogwood trees in the woods. That little piece of info I didn't know! (no surprise, huh?!) I love that Lycoris plant...unique!
Dogwoods are great! I second Tina's thought about the bark.
Lycoris, I never heard of but spiderlily, the white one, is familiar to me. I have planted dogwood, Eddie's White Wonder, but only one flower came up this year.Cornus 'Venus' we planted 5 weeka ago, hope it will blom next Spring.You have wonderful pictures.Birgitta
Very nice blog.
We have the nectar feeding birds in the garden, they love the aloe blooms. I must put up some feeders and see if they will feed from it. Maybe I can then get a chance to place it where it is convenient for a photo of the birds. They will flutter about but just aim a camera at them and they are gone.By the way we do not have humming birds in South Africa but the nectar feeders are beautiful all the same.
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