Vicki
by Vicki

Nature Right in My Yard


pixies of hummingbirds, butterflies, anola lizards, flowers.....
zoom pix from my bathroom window.
male lizard enjoys eating yummy "steak" live meal worm that I feed some lizards right on my deck.
black eye susan flowers.
row of tea olive shrubs
so many of those "gold" small butterflies
eww, a garden spider. I use zoom camera to take this pix.
mystery lily come every late summer
a bumble bee inside rose of Sharon flower
eastern swallowtail caterpillar on fennel plant

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  • Joan Maser
    on Aug 31, 2013

    I don't have the green anoles either, but I have lots of brown ones. I love them. Lizards eat bugs and mosquitoes so I will put them all over my house. But all my plants die or get stolen. Every potted plant someone has taken from me. They were the ones my mom, who passed away started for me, green jade tree, Christmas Cactus, pineapple,aloe, all good size and someone stole them. The olive shrubs, I have never heard of those, do they bear any fruit? I also had a hummingbird feeder but ants are the only thing that it saw. Never saw a hummingbird and I am in Bradenton Florida, near the coast.

  • Vicki
    on Sep 1, 2013

    oh my goodness, they took ur potted plants! That is hard especially from ur deceased mom's. Tea Olive shrubs do not bear fruits but flowers that smell sooooo nice and privacy as "fence" for my yard. I do know my former classmate that lives in ur town. Hope to visit her next year there and will go to butterfly farm there.

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