Monday, May 23, 2011

Critters in the Garden

God's creatures come in all shapes, sizes and colors.
They are a wonder, all,
and quite welcome in our garden.



































8 comments:

  1. Great pics Daisy, but is that a stink bug I see? Yahoo News has an article today highlighting the stink bug invasion. I haven't see any in my garden yet but I hear every state east of the Mississippi has them and they're destroying crops big time. Squish that bugger!

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  2. That little frog is so cute!

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  3. Wish I could see some of those green frogs in my garden. Since the invasion of Cuban tree frogs I've only seen one and I think he was brought in on a plant from someone else's garden. Haven't seen any since. There's room in my garden for most bugs and I think they tend to balance out good and bad if you leave them alone. EXCEPT for lubber grasshoppers.

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  4. Great shot of all the critters in your garden, Daisy. How did you ever get that snake to pose for you? :-) Ours usually move quickly to get away from me. A ladybug apparently laid eggs in our garden and my tomato plants are covered in little ladybugs...good thing, since the bush is covered in aphids. I love looking at your sunflowers.

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  5. tami-Yeah, it's a whopper! I've got a lot of 'em. Luckily, we have more birds now to take care of them.

    Jane-It looks so cozy in there, doesn't it?

    NanaK-I agree, nature knows how to keep the balance. Better than we do!

    Susan-Isn't that snake something?
    Good for you and good for the ladybugs!
    Glad you enjoy the flowers!

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  6. Holy Cow, that is a lot of critters in your garden!!!

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  7. You captured some really amazing shots, Daisy ~ well done!

    Hope you have a fabulous week :O)

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  8. marisa-Yeah, most of these pix were taken on the same morning stroll!

    SallyLeeByTheSea-Thanks. Enjoy yourself!

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