A garden is the best alternative therapy.

Texas Lantana

Whirling Butterfly Gaura

Red Salvia Greggii and Indigo Spires Salvia

Pearl Crescent butterfly on Trailing Lantana

Pearl Crescent butterfly on Four Nerve Daisy

Pearl Crescent

Peppermint flower

Butterfly/Native Garden bed 2

Gulf Fritillary sunning itself after a Purple Moss Verbena nectar breakfast

... taking flight!

White Salvia Greggii and Indigo Spires Salvia

Mammoth Sunflower

sunflowers and sky

Butterfly Weed and Trailing Lantana

Boisduval Yellow butterfly on Trailing Lantana

Divebombing the Four Nerve Daisy

Dragonfly enjoying the warm rocks

Spearmint ... Mojitos anyone?

I thought these were Jalapenos ... but they look more like Anaheim

The herb garden after a trim (marjoram was too leggy, so I pulled it out).

What'cha doin', Katydid?

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Comments on: "Butterflies and Blooms … and then some" (7)

  1. Beautiful! Summer looks good through your camera lens!

    • roundrockgarden said:

      Only because it doesn’t capture how friggin’ hot it is outside! 😀

  2. Mouthwatering pics. I felt I could almost reach out and touch the Sunflower. Your butterflies are so pretty.

    Laura

    • roundrockgarden said:

      I’m grateful that the sunflowers are doing okay and the butterflies are interested in our backyard now! I have enjoyed their visits!

  3. Beautiful flowers and minibeasts! That Pearl Crescent butterfly is just lovely – wings like leadlight windows.

    I’m sitting here shivering and looking at your beautiful sunflowers and imagining some in my garden this summer!

    • roundrockgarden said:

      It does look like a leadlight, doesn’t it?! Well, call me crazy, but I’d rather be shivering sometimes … You can always put more clothes on! I’m going to try to make a trip to the mountains this summer to get away from the heat and enjoy some fifty degree weather for awhile! 🙂

  4. You’ve got a great garden and some wonderful friends in it. Hope you’ll let CTG come visit sometime.

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