Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Good Fence/ Bad Fence

This fence is good on the left of the post and bad on the right of the post, but look how tall the Horsemint is. This area just needs some bees as I've heard Horsemint honey is very good honey.

21 comments:

Paula said...

Sorry on the original picture you can see the fence is good on the left of the post.

jack69 said...

I like the picture of the horse mint anyway. Honey is good. There are some I do prefer, from the mts of NC the Sourwood honey is good.

We get a lot of orange blossom honey.
I like a bad fence, that way I don't tear a shirt on the barbed wire. (smile)

Jon said...

Believe it or not, I've never heard of Horsemint, but I'd like to try Horsemint honey.

salemslot9 said...

that reminds me
are you still using
your horse remedy?

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I love the photo...so very picturesque.
And I did not know that this is actually edible. I learned something today....I've seen this all over south Texas these days.

Paula said...

Yes Lisa I used my horse remedy on my knee this morning.

TexWisGirl said...

some great growth because of the rains! thanks, paula!

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

I have not heard of Horsemint, I assume the bees love it. Great fence find, have a happy day!

Karen S. said...

Indeed, healthy, lovely and necessary growth! Very nice.

Buttons Thoughts said...

I have never heard of horsemint it is very pretty. We need more bees every where. B

Jutta.K said...

A interesting and succsessful shot !
Greetings from germany

Manzanita said...

Another lovely picture of rural areas .....that I love so much. I've never heard of Horsemint but most likely I may know it by another common name. I do love the country and all that rustic charm. I did live in large cities for a certain portion of my life and I know now that I needed the knowledge I gleaned from that experience and If I hadn't done that, I may now feel that I missed out on something. But I always knew that I would return to the rural and live happily everafter.....with good fences and bad fences. lol

carolann said...

Lovely picture. I have never heard of that neither the name.

Rose said...

I need to look this up to see a better view of the plant...I had not heard of horsemint either.

LV said...

That is a new one for me. Never heard of Horsemint.

S. J. Qualls said...

Had no clue about Horsemint. Looks cool!

Ida said...

Like others I have not heard of Horsemint before so this was an informational fence as well.

Margaret Adamson said...

Hope the Bees find that plant. I love honey.

Debbie said...

and covered fence...you can barely see it!! but i really like the "realness" of both the fence and the image!!

Linda Kay said...

Paula, I've never heard of horsemint, but I'll be the bees can make good honey with it?

TARYTERRE said...

I have never seen Horsemint in my whole life. Looks fragrant. Is it?