Paradise Garden

Welcome to my garden.
I hope you enjoy the pictures of
the summer in bloom
after a sweet rain.

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Marigolds


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Oleander


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The next photo is of a hybiscus flower which fell off the bush in the rain. It stayed in the pool looking this way for hours, despite all the activity in the pool on the 4th of July. We found that to be pretty amazing.

Hybiscus in Water


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Rose


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Terra Cotta Bird Bath


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It wouldn't be fair if I didn't include this next picture of one of the creatures that thrive in the environment, or is it because of them the garden thrives? His family lives in the forest of the purple heather you see in the picture above, but they come out and roam usually in the heat of the afternoon and sunbathe on the hot pool deck. They are fun to watch, but when Max (a picture of him is following) was visiting he did not like them in his territory, but barking with all his little might didn't phase them in the least. Of course, he kept his distance......LOL.


Lizard



Max & his bone

Click Here for MPG movie file of Max playing ball with Tricia in the pool.

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