Here we have the male and female Brown Headed Cowbirds...
Song Sparrows are here by the hundreds..
I have enough of these seeds to share if you are interested...rusdarathotmaildotcom
For the important stuff. Our temperature dropped to the high 20's last night, did not get out of the 40's today and it's supposed to be like this all week....flirting with the teens (that doesn't sound good) Tuesday morning. The flowers that I posted yesterday are still doing fine. Normally Petunias, Pansies, Alyssum, Calendula, Dianthus, Snapdragons and the Sedums are tough, their blooms will freeze and fall off but the plant usually does well. We don't normally have this cold of temps for this long......so......we will see.
A few of my plants, (to cold to photograph them all) that DO NOT care for the cold weather are.
Mexican Bush Sage
Black Eyed Susan Vine...this will be fun to cut down. sigh.
Milkweed is about to give up..BUT WAIT..
what will this fellow do? He is on the bottom of this Milkweed as I type.
New Guinea Impatiens on this side of the Red Brick Castle Wall
Alyssum and Calendulas on this side.
This is a Hydrangea that I rooted last winter, it didn't bloom this past season. I hope it will Spring of this year. I couldn't help but embrace the color of the leaves.
P.S. I feel much better. Thanks to all of you for the get well wishes. It lasted about 4 days..I got one of those nettie pots to rinse my sinuses and all but over done it with the Nyquil!! (hubby has it now..oops)