I had delegated this broken run down birdie house to our cast off, set aside area on the side of the house that no one sees. Then I ran across this photo taken last year when my rain lilies were struttin their stuff and noticed where I once had this bird house. I rescued it from its banishment area and put it back in this same location. I don't care if it shows its age - it's like the garden woman who lives here. (lol)
I love it - it's the perfect garden art for the little rain lilies!
It IS perfect there. Glad you rescued it.
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It looks darling there! What is that interesting looking green plant to the left of it?
Oh, I love it too! It looks perfect nestled in there just like it's always been there!!
And yes, please tell us what that strange exotic plant is--it almost looks fake!!
It looks like my Foxtail asparagus fern
It looks cute in there!
I agree Amaryllis...a foxtail fern. I want one or two, I already have regular asparagus ferns.
And I dug up some of my rain lilies this spring, they weren't blooming very well...no wonder...6 bulbs (3ea. hole) had become 85 bulbs between the 2 holes in 4 yrs.This message has been edited. Last edited by: ga.karen,
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Yes, Vera, Amaryllis & ga.karen,that's one of my foxtail asparagus ferns. They are hardy here in zone 9 Texas.
Good thing you saved it.
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