This rose bush actually does not even grown on my property. It is creeping over my fence line from the neighbor next door and I've actually got it trellised on the other side of my walk way to create a rose archway through it. It is filling out and will look wonderful next year. I got in an awful fight with it doing the first trellis though....
This is a pot of thyme that I planted last week. In the right side of the photo you can see a grape leave from the grapevine I had growing in the bed behind the pot of thyme.
In this pot I have planted some strawberries alongside some chamomile that was already growing there.
Calla lilies growing wild in my backyard.
Cherry blossom tree in full bloom. I don't have a lens for my camera that I can use to get a full view of this tree even standing inside my house, which makes me want to get another lens for my camera really badly.
Dieffenbachia sprouting up naturally in my flower bed in the back yard. It is now almost two feet tall.
Chicks and hens blasting out of the container I've got them in.
Flowers that came up on their own under my cherry tree. Oddly purple and white are the colors of my husbands workplace. Yahoo!
Tomato blooms on plant that I planted recently.
Purple blooms of two different kinds of scented begonias. When you rub the leaves you can smell the yummy smell of citrus.
This is where the rose vines come over onto my side of the fence. The bush to the right I have yet to identify. My back door is just to the right of it.
Red bloom from the bush from the picture above that I have yet to identify. If anyone out there knows what it is, drop me a note!
One of two grapevines I have growing in my backyard. They were already there when I moved in in January but were pretty dead looking then. After lots of rain and fertilizer they are looking much better.
My newly established compost bin. I LOVE it.
Cherries hanging from a branch of the tree.
I hope in the next few weeks to be once again crafting full steam ahead. My arm is doing better, but is very sore from the exercises I have to do. I am just very grateful that it isn't nerve damage or anything worse. I'd rather be hurt for 6-8 weeks than lose an arm! I can get back to crating in a bit. *laugh*
Everyone have a blessed weekend and take care of each other.
The Distressed Crafter