Thursday, May 27, 2010

My flowers...Fertilizer Friday...

Orchid flowers


This white tubular flower was given to me a couple of years ago, it's still in the pot because I was told it is an invasive plant...I have no clue as to what her name is but she sure is pretty.


Blooming Bromeliad


Hoya


Passiflora


Orchid


Var. Oleander

Var.Hoya Kerri

I am linking up to Fertilizer Friday Tootsie Time...check her beautiful blog...she has a gorgeous garden and greenhouse...A True Green thumb!


This turtle has been in my backyard for about a week now...could it be because I throw away all my rotted fruits and veggies in my garden? Should I have it removed by animal control? I know my dog wants it gone!

Hugs...Sylvia

7 comments:

Dina said...

No, I think you should name him "Tiny" and let him stay. Your flowers are so pretty. I like the Horas.

Olga said...

Beautiful flowers! And what an unusual guest you have in your garden.

House and Garden Boutique said...

Love the turtle.....we have one in our yard too. My hubby has a man-made pond by our front door and the turtle comes up to sun and have some water. Beautiful floral photos!

Darla said...

A garden turtle, let him stay. When he leaves make sure a snake doesn't live in his hole, that's what happens here.

Jeannie B. said...

pretty flowers and I love your milk glass.

Funny little garden guest.

Paula said...

Lowly blooms! Thanks for sharing
Paula in Idaho
The turtle is awesome!

Erin said...

If your dog doesn't like the turtle, you need to protect the turtle from him. Dogs can maul turtle shells...I've seen one at PetSmart where the bet was nursing it back to health and it is super sad. As for getting rid of the turtle, I don't think you need to, but if you don't want to keep him, you need him relocated.

Love your Hoya...the one that looks like a ball.