Surprise

Whether in the loving hands of someone special, in a pot by the window, in the garden or presented by a delivery person, flowers always make for a beautiful surprise.

In response to WP Photo Challenge – Surprise.

 

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        1. Feel free to peek 🙂 you might be disappointed though. Sorry I didn’t get around to sending you any pics of those tomato plants yet, I will make up for it (and I haven’t forgotten about the mountain trip photos either). 🙂

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          1. no worries – I know we are busy and any requests are always with grace and follow up is optional – seriously – and you said you “might” have some – so take ur time.
            and I just removed a third tomato hornworm this morning – was shocked – thought the two I took off last week were all there was – and this little fat hornworm did some damge over the last few days – not that i care as the season winds down – but wow –

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            1. Disgusting little creatures, they are… and they can do so much damage, so quickly. I was lucky this year, nothing attacked my plants. I think it may have had something to do with the fact that they kept spraying the area for mosquitos and such all summer…The difference was noticeable, I have to admit. 😉

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              1. well I bet that spraying helped- and am grateful we have spraying here too (and I know there are caveats to that…) anyhow, that is why i cannot grow zuchinni or squash – the pests love them too much – but for some reason peppers, tomatoes and basil (and mint and onions) stay left alone…. and thrive

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              2. Good reason to avoid growing them 🙂 A couple of caterpillars devoured my basil and then started on the geraniums last year, that’s why I was really pleased not have to deal with them this summer.

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    1. Thank you, Carol 🙂 . Welcome back!
      And talk about wonderful literary surprises… I’ve read your book “Mourning Has Broken”. All I’m going to say now is that I was impressed. The rest I’m saving for the review 😉 .

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