Marcia Tatroe’s garden, part two

Part Two

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10 Responses to Marcia Tatroe’s garden, part two

  1. Cliff Booker says:

    Superb garden … beautifully captured.

    • paridevita says:

      It is, thanks. I did include some pictures that Cindy thought were “too sunny”, or whatever yuou photographers call it, but they looked okay on my laptop.
      I’m ready for spring.

  2. Alison says:

    These are some wonderful images of garden decor! I really love the glass flower on the stake. And all the cute little frogs.

  3. Loree says:

    Not having frogs (real ones) in my garden is one of my biggest disappointments.

    • paridevita says:

      Frogs are cool. This isn’t a very frog-friendly climate, though years ago there was a pond just to the north of here, and you could hear the breeping at night. The pond is gone, because of development, and even though a company was hired to install a wetland, as restoration, and planted hundreds of wetland plants, there hasn’t been water in the creek for a decade, so the frogs are all gone.

  4. Love all the blue. Sorry the pond and frogs near you went away. It just shows that humans can’t mess nature up and then fix it.

    • paridevita says:

      You should see it now. Piles of trash, discarded Christmas trees, etc. It’s on the north side of the canal road we walk on. I try to look away.

      • paridevita says:

        Condos were built, and a large office building to the east of that, which we can’t see; the little woodland was bulldozed and the creek with its ponds and frogs was “improved”. A company came in and planted a whole bunch of native wetland plants, never watered them, and the plants all died. Duh. Cottonwoods reseeded like crazy, which is fine, but people throw trash into the improved creek. I guess they think the occasional flooding will carry all the trash to the Gulf of Mexico, eventually.

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