Texas Drought Gardens 2011
This is what happens when you haven't had a drop of rain in six months! Everything I've transplanted is drying out, but established plants are doing well -- even blooming! To add color to the gardens, I've added some artwork. Enjoy!
Huge (Half Acre Plus )
1 of 10: This is a jewelry tree. Note the horned toad hiding below.
2 of 10: Texas has the largest grasshoppers ever!
3 of 10: Old, dead, root art.
4 of 10: A bird has actually drilled holes in this gourd and built a nest inside!
5 of 10: This is a dangerous Red Texas Guardpig
6 of 10: Bowling ball sunflower.
7 of 10: Ye olde barn wall.
8 of 10: We also have giant ladybugs here, they don't fly well.
9 of 10: This gate was already here, just a gate and some trees. So naturally, it had to become a garden!
10 of 10: Looks like oleander blooms no matter how dry it is!