In the Briar Patch, May 26-29

Here in the briar patch, we’ve had lots of rain, thunderstorms mostly, punctuated by hot weather. And new books for summer reading keep rolling in, too.

Wild roses.

First daylily of the season. We have domesticated varieties also, but this is the wild kind that grows along roadsides and stream banks.

Wild roses climbing in the wisteria.

One of our "pet" snapping turtles in the water garden. This one has lived here five years now.

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2 Responses to In the Briar Patch, May 26-29

  1. Jim says:

    As is the jungle to suburbia, so is your briarpatch to the desert.

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