Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Wordless Wednesday



























10 comments:

  1. Beautiful shots Alison! Love the succulents captured in true Seattle style...wet =)

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  2. Lovely shots. I do love to take pictures of raindrops on plants.The drops look like little diamonds.

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  3. Alison, I'm curious about the name of that plant in the first photo. Is it Hesperaloe? If so mine is way behind. In fact my lavender is behind too. Oh well, patience, patience. Lovely photos all around.

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    1. Grace, I think they were Yuccas, but they might be Hesperaloe. I can't tell the difference. I usually take a picture of the plant tag, but this time I didn't.

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    2. Oops, Grace! It looks like Hesperaloe IS Yucca, isn't it? For some reason I thought Yucca was the Latin name for Yucca.

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  4. Looks like a lot of those pictures are from your gravel garden. My lavender is nowhere close to blooming, lucky you!!

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  5. Great pictures Alison! Love the red Yucca blooms starting to emerge.

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  6. It is getting exciting out there isn't it? I am so excited to help my garden grow this year.

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  7. Lovely pics! I love the grass with water droplets on it. Hey, I've sent a little blog love your way on my latest post. Cheers, Jenni

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  8. Nice! You made the most of the rain!

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