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!

2 comments:

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 !?! ;)