Saturday, September 18, 2010

Quiet Gardening Days

It's pretty quiet in the Garden Spot these days with school work and the end of the growing season. The local farmers are beginning to harvest here in Northern Colorado. The pinto beans have been cut, onions harvested, the cabbages and lettuces are coming in. Soon the corn cutters will shave the corn fields clean, and the last cuttings of grass hay and alfalfa are complete. With the lack of gardening projects to report on, I have brought out a couple of last year's lady bug photos to share.


  1. Wonderful ladybug shots! Your writing too is lovely and paints the changing season so well. Happy Autumn! Great to have found your blog! :>)

  2. Just found your blog through the blog hop party. I just planted a winter vegetable garden here in So. Ca. I love your pumpkin patch! I don't have the space for those giants. Hope to see a picture come halloween of your jack-o-lanterns.

  3. Your photos are amazing!!! It looks quite dry where you live. I'm originally from the US but now live in Northern Ireland. Thanks for joining my blog and for your comments. The background mountain is typical of Ireland North and South. I'm not sure if its the Cliff of Moher or the Ring of Kerry.

  4. Hi Ann, Although I have taken many photos of ladybugs, I have NOT seen the orange one up there. It's beautiful! The flowers too. Remember not to water your agave too often.


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