Good Sunday Morning from Our Pollinator Patch Out West July 25, 2021 Teri Murrison Blogging 4 comments Texas, or Tex – so-named for the white shape on her chest when she was a puppy… before it stretched. She isn’t too sure about the bees, but loves nosing amongst the flowers. Home. High temperatures and seasonal inevitability have caused early grasses in the pasture to wane, leaving lumpy meadow brome behind. The pollinator patch keeps on blooming. Yes, we know we have some invasives in there, but pollinators don’t really give a fig. This time of year, nor do we. After beauty, chores. No matter. It’s a wonderful day out West! #TeriFromOutWest #Pollinators Rate this:Share this on:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
LOL! The chores made me laugh!
Just for us and our quirky sense of humor!
The ever-present chores, haha. The place looks beautiful, Teri. Kudos to you and the Professor.
Thanks, John. Water does wonderful things for a desert and plants here take full advantage! And there’s no shortage of, ahem, fertilizer around here.
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