I’m glad you could come on a little walk around the neighborhood. Today we are going to look at some blooms and any unusual things we come across. Glad you can join me.
Here are a couple of crape myrtles in bloom. A pretty red color.
Here is a beautiful display of Mexican Birds of Paradise.
Here is an old friend with a new rock. Someone has been placing little decorated stones on mailbox holders.
A lovely green rock.
A new mushroom in town with a collection of rocks.
Another crape myrtle.
More Mexican Birds of Paradise.
A white crape myrtle.
A pile of rocks. Not very attractive.
A cute little rock that the sun wiped out. It is decorated with small figures.
This rock says, “promise.”
A stone turkey with a rock that says, “sweet.”
An old pal armadillo with a Texas flag rock.
I took this shot because there is a pink crape myrtle in front of a red one and beside a red oleander.
Another while crape myrtle.
A fabulous fig tree. You can see the little round figs just starting. (They look like small olives.)
A beautiful morning glory in full bloom.
I thought this flower bed was unusual in that it is outlined with sea glass.
I hope you enjoyed this walk and a check on the flora.