Saturday, May 21, 2005

New Garden Pics

I have posted some new pics of the garden over at my Pic Dump. make sure you go check em out!

14 comments:

janie q said...

your pictures look great, if i ever figure out how to post one of mine, i'll take some shots, none of my stuff will be in bloom for a few months yet, tulips and daffs are still going strong

Indigo said...

The pics are great! Up here at the other end of the country, things are just starting to get green, and blooming seasons will start in a week or two. I can't wait!!!!

Rachael said...

Love the close up pics of the flowers, and your guinea pigs are adorable!

Guppyman said...

Thanks for the comments.... The gladiolas started blooming over the weekend... The sunflowers are about to have flowers...

The Ice plants are taking over in the front... I never realized how quickly they would do so... they were in 4 inch pots when I got them just 2 months ago...

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janie q said...

i don't know what ice plants are, native to texas?

Bridget Unnel said...

Your garden kicks my flower patch's ass...

TrueJerseyGirl said...

Wow, that's pretty awesome. I can barely grow grass.

Guppyman said...

http://www.ext.colostate.edu/psel/ps9801.html has some info on what an ice plant is.

Texas_Ivy10 said...

Your garden is kicking butt! Everything has grown very fast... my garden is not growing so fast.. what's your secret? :)

Guppyman said...

I used a half and half mixture when I planted... half potting soil, half cow manure... That might be part of it. Also, this area is the only one I have that gets full sun.

Plus... I water the hell out of it.

janie q said...

thanks guppyman, i'll look it up

dusty buds said...

guppy...i love your garden pics...they're grrrrreeeeeaaaaat!.....what camera do you use?.....i'd show you some of my garden pics....but i'd have to pull all the all weeds first.......

Guppyman said...

Camera is a Kodak EasyShare CX4310.... It's a cheap little digital that only has two settings on the zoom, but it does great for the garden pics.