Spring Garden

Good morning everyone!

Crested Iris (Iris cristata)

Crested Iris (Iris cristata) and Bishops weed

bearded white iris

Bearded White Iris

ground cover

Moss Phlox (Phlox subulata)

bishops weed and Crested Iris (Iris cristata)

Bishops weed  with Crested Iris (Iris cristata) flowers peeking thru

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Bourbon rose Mme. Pierre Ober

Bourbon roses are easy to grow and are the most fragrant rose. If you are interested in bourbon roses visit Roses Unlimited web site.

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Japanese Maple Acer Palmatum “Atrolineare”

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walnut double handle cutting board

What I saw

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Southeastern five-lined skink lizard hiding on tree

A good friend an I went hiking Saturday on the mountain for a little more than 2 hours. The hike took us across the ridge and down across two small creeks. This was the first time for me in this area. I was surprised to fine the huge rocks with the spring.

Southeastern five-lined skink lizard

Southeastern five-lined skink

tree fungi

fern fiddle heads

Ferns emerging

ferns

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Dwarf crested iris, Iris cristata

Dwarf crested iris, native to our area

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eastern fence lizard

This looks like a Eastern Fence lizard but I am not sure. He looks somewhat prehistoric.

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