Thursday, August 7, 2008

What's Surviving The Drought?

My experimental organic garden this year is totally fried because of the drought, a nearby black walnut tree, and a ground hog I named "King George". What really survives a drought are usually native plants & wildflowers- and rarely will traditional crops or vegetables make it without some sort of water brought in by humans. These are pictures to enjoy of the wild survivors in my yard!


Botanickal said...

I like the caterpillar track leaf the best!!!

(i think i maybe had a part in the naming of king george though)

The Oko Box said...

oh yes-
I apologize for not giving you credit for the "king" portion of "king george" - let's try to settle this out of court though, K !?! ;)