Sunday, March 11, 2007

Green Thumb Sunday



Yesterday, as I was doing some clean-up in the gardens, I noticed the ghostly appearance of this sedum. It looks as if winter has sucked the life out of it. I probably look the same, after so long with no sun.


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7 comments:

Sometimes Unwilling Guru said...

Hi, Thanks for visiting,Yes you are right about zuchinis,but this year they didn't take off so quickly so we haven't had a glut yet,
Had to laugh at your feline friends new hair stlye! Our rabbit was so indignant that he didn't stop running around the house for a couple of hours until he went into his night cage,worse thing is I didn't get around to taking his picture!

Christa said...

Interesting photo! I've never seen sedum look like that. It looks like it's definitely craving a few good days in the sun.

Thanks for visiting my blog. Have a great Sunday!

jmacmanus said...

The photo makes it look pretty - in real life, it might be sad. It is warm here now too - and last night it rained! - that's a big deal in Lubbock, Texas. That means all of the plants will be "spring"ing from the ground.

Jean

Deb said...

It's certainly well preserved!
Hope you don't have too many more cold days in store. Here in Middle TN, it's a very spring-like 57 degrees this morning :)
Have a great Sunday!

Blackswamp_Girl said...

How interesting... blanched sedum! It looks kind of like it's molting out of that, though. :)

Yolanda Elizabet said...

It looks very strange that sedum ,but I see green shoots poking through so that means it's still alive.

Carol said...

I love the "new" discoveries in the spring garden, including how plants look after a tough winter. These do look different.

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