Tuesday, March 27, 2007

No Vacancy

Here is the Red bird nest that I told you about in my last past. See I knew you would like to see it. The is a bird feeder but it does look like a pretty snazzy house to me too. It even has a a guard on duty. I hope she comes back and lays her eggs because it looks ready. I'll keep you posted.

This is in the pass-along garden. Do you see all those leaves under the feeder, I mean nest? I will eventually manage those. The oleander are from my mother-in-law. I have Salvia from Aunt Sue. Oxallis (sp) from Granny. Lantana from my mother. Rosemary from my friend Susan. A butterfly bush from my brother. A white rose of Sharon from seeds from daughter. If it is ever really presentable, I'll show the whole garden.

I'm going to watch Idol now.
More later,
Sharon

6 comments:

  1. Superb!! Way better than a billion dollar highrise in the middle of Manhattan!! I would live there. If I had feathers. And was no larger than 4 fingers tall...

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  2. I've always found bird nests facinating! Looks like this bird will have the best house(nest) on the block.
    Have a great day.

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  3. I love Salvia and Butterfly Bushes! AND I was just talking about blossoms and blooms on my blog this morning! Spring IS in the air. And it's a good thing...cause I finished my piece called "The Garden Made Her Heart Sing" Ant that the truth!

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  4. What a great photo. I can see why that space is taken. Some little birdie has good taste.

    Darla

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  5. Is always nice to read your posts.
    What a cozy nest!

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  6. What a charming place and a beautiful nest. I hope that she'll return :-)

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