Garden creeps

Mr. Ebenezer has been fully enjoying the cover crop of hairy vetch on the tomato bed. When he’s not kicking back and feeling invisible (though his distinctive coat still gives him away), he has a knack for hunkering down and creeping along like a ninja stalking prey.

And the front flower bed has been hosting a strange species—the Acuminata Tulip, an heirloom variety that dates to the early 1800s.

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3 Responses to Garden creeps

  1. Jennifer says:

    Those tulips are quite striking. I love their spindly petals.

  2. n54th says:

    They look like something from Mars in combination with the rest of the garden. But that’s a good thing!

  3. abhorrent says:

    Abhorrent says : I absolutely agree with this !

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