Wildlife Wednesday

The Geese family, parading around, April 13th.




Daddy's wildflower bed, his yarrow is doing pawesome, MOL Mommy's in the herb bed isn't doing as well.

The Geese came to visit Mommy while she was weeding the Butterfly Garden.



She took a break to take pictures they were so cute.




The Grancy Graybeard is pretty.

The Gold Flame Honeysuckle.

Million Bells
The stuffs we can't remember what is? It isn't a petunia or a pansy. The one thing Mommy remembers about it, is it is drought resistant. Maybe next time Mommy goes by the nursery she can find out it's name. ~Socks & Scylla reporting for ATCAD

UPDATE: Thanks a million Terri for identifying our flowers as "million bells". Mommy choose them because they prefer dry soil. Her thinking is that she won't have to water the hanging basket so much. They also tolerate our hot weather better then petunia's or pansies. They lady at the nursery said they should look good until our first frost. It's an an evergreen perennial where the winters are mild, so we are anxious to see how it does here. The Superbells Mommy has shown you in our other containers are in the same family.

14 comments:

  1. Those awe sum pawsum fotos. Wees havn't seen ow geese in a while, but weez can heaw deun

    Luv and Hugs an Kitty kisses 3 3 3

    Dezi

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  2. We love how fuzzy the goslings look!

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  3. Goslings! Meow how cute!
    We have not seen them around here yet and are keeping a lookout

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  4. What great pictures and we love the floofy baby geese.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  5. Adorable goslings--cannot believe how mellow your geese are!

    Your lovely flowers are calibrachoa, also known as "million bells". Yes, they do look like little petunias :)

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  6. Those baby geese are so cute! But we bet their mom and dad have an attitude! MOL Very pretty flowers!

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  7. We think we have those same bells in our front garden - Mom loves them too and hopes they will last through our hot summer.

    Adorable baby geese:)

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

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  8. Beautiful pictures of the geese and flowers. Hope you all are doing well, we have missed getting to visit you. Thank you so very much for stopping by and leaving the kind and comforting words on Snookums page. They are much appreciated. Hugs and nose kisses

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  9. and baby geese too? Oh my COD! Love the garden too and pawsomest pickshures ever!

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  10. I wish I could love gardening, it is so beautiful. Love the ducks!

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  11. Great photos, but I am a little scared of the geese!

    Ruby and Angel Pip

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  12. Funny, they look like petunias to me. MOL! Make sure those geese don’t eat you out of house and home.

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