Leroy's Plants & Stuff
I don’t know what my damage is but this picture cracks me up? It’s like they’re standing in a line for something, and everyone’s chatting except that one guy in the middle who is staring into the camera.

I’ve maybe been alone too much recently.

I don’t know what my damage is but this picture cracks me up? It’s like they’re standing in a line for something, and everyone’s chatting except that one guy in the middle who is staring into the camera.

I’ve maybe been alone too much recently.

A house has appeared amongst the mushrooms.

A house has appeared amongst the mushrooms.

Some of the ivy I found in the neighbourhood compost now lives in this rusty pipe together with a frog and the gardening fork I found whilt digging somewhere in the yard. We had wondered where it went!

My garden just gets classier and classier. ^___^

Some of the ivy I found in the neighbourhood compost now lives in this rusty pipe together with a frog and the gardening fork I found whilt digging somewhere in the yard. We had wondered where it went!

My garden just gets classier and classier. ^___^

natgeofound:

A well-worn stairway leads to a house on Oahu’s North Shore, November 1979.Photograph by Robert Madden, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A well-worn stairway leads to a house on Oahu’s North Shore, November 1979.Photograph by Robert Madden, National Geographic

Some tulips that struggled through a pile of sand left by the plummers who fixed our leaky water pipe. Seems they were rewarded for the effort by being nibbled by someone.

Some tulips that struggled through a pile of sand left by the plummers who fixed our leaky water pipe. Seems they were rewarded for the effort by being nibbled by someone.

The wood anemones are neeeeaaarly blooming.

The wood anemones are neeeeaaarly blooming.

Put up a bunch of Christmas tree baubles in the apple tree. I bought them second hand around Christmas especially for the purpose, as I found them entirely too summery for the holidays! We’ll see if they get to stay, but for now they are nice since there isn’t much colour outside yet.

They do go well with my coloured glass bottle installation!

1. Someone had chucked out all this ivy in the neighbourhood compost! Mine now!

2. The mini daffodils I planted last year are coming up nicely and ridiculously cutely.

3. Suddenly we have this kind of scilla! Don’t know where it came from.

4. An elk skull.

Just got home from spending two whole hours at the plant nursery haaaaaaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa…

Brought home two different honeysuckles and yes, some more seeds… :o BUT I NEEDED THEMMMM

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