Summer in Our Garden

June 28, 2009


Photos W. L. Doromal ©2009 Florida Garden, monarch butterfly, Florida Butterfly plants

























































9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Most of the pics are very nice - but the pic of The Frog is spectacular! :)

Hugs to You and Nani!

Wendy said...

Thanks! That frog is a leopard frog named Jade. She lives at out pond and there are hundreds of tadpoles now.

Wendy said...

Forgot to send hugs back, my friend!

Red october said...

Wonderfull species,I like the pale blue flowers very nice. I have that one too.

Anonymous said...

Very Good. Never thought of Florida being in the tropics, but those photos sure make it look like it!

Wendy said...

Northern Florida is not tropical, Orlando is sub-tropical (Zone 9), and Miami and the Keys are tropical. We have to cover orchids, bromeliads and our sensitive tropical plants if there is a freeze warning in winter. We are also sheltered by grandfather oaks in the back and side yards so I am really lucky that I don't lose more tropical plants every winter.

Anonymous said...

I liked your garden very much!
I didn't realize you are that close to nature too!
"Wonderful looks of nature remind me of our Creator".

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Anonymous said...
Wow, Wendy Doromal! You should concentrate on gardening and leave the Human Rights to others. I see that you have the good hands for gardening.

June 29, 2009 5:39 PM

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V said...
They were great gardening images. You are a great gardener and photographer and above all an amazing Human Rights Advocate. Keep up the good work on all fronts!

June 29, 2009 5:51 PM

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