Where the Wild Things Are

Well, you know. You don’t have a lot of nice wild plants when you buy an old junk property that the previous owners principally used as a junk yard.

But, we’re trying. Plenty of new plants and trees have been planted, and we make the most of what little was already here.

When we find a little gem of a wild plant, we nurture it. Trim it back to healthy, add some good soil and manure around the base. One does what one can. Here’s a few wild flower shots from around the place. Only thing I didn’t get was our crazy goldenrod – gotta wait for August to get a pic of that. We’ll have some crazy day lilies next month too. For the time being …

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2 responses to “Where the Wild Things Are

  1. hideawayhill

    Lovely wildflowers!

  2. pretty, pretty, pretty! I love the ones that come up on their own better than the ones I plant- they’ve got more character 🙂

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