Thursday, September 24, 2015

Theresa's Good Fences

This is the only area in Atascosa county that I know of where these pretty flowers ( weeds) grow. Once I dug some up and planted them in my yard around a tree. They grew so tall I had to tie them to the tree with string to keep them upright. Then they died. Dummy you put weed and feed on the yard. These flowers are weeds. The weed and feed did it's job.

12 comments:

Karen S. said...

Oh I like how their lovely shade of color glows!

TexWisGirl said...

had to chuckle on the weed and feed. they are pretty against the cacti!

Jon said...

Pretty flowers - - and, for some reason, I've always liked prickly pear cacti. Have you ever tasted cactus candy?

jack69 said...

Sometimes in life we hit the delete button at the wrong time. hahahahaha

Love ya, Good one!!!

S. J. Qualls said...

Think that weed and feed would kill off a lot of real flowers too. Shame, those were pretty. :/

Ida said...

The flowers (weeds) are pretty and oh my those cacti up against the fence are wonderful.

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Sorry for laughing, but this is exactly the kind of thing I would do! LOL! They are pretty weeds, though.

eileeninmd said...

We usually let the weeds grow, especially if they flower and the bees like them. Pretty purple, love the cactus too.
Happy Friday, have a great weekend!

Manzanita said...

Paula
You can't call yourself a dummy but call yourself a lovely person who appreciates beauty in nature. It the dumb world that has us hooked on poinons. LOL
I send you happiness and warm sunshine.

Wendy said...

Beautiful. I still have a lot of wildflowers. I made seed packets from all the wildflowers for the open house we had. If I had your address I could send you some...Yes Texas Wildflowers, a mix.

Rose said...

That sounds like something I might do!

Kathy said...

I've often wondered how weed and feed can be selective! I was in your county on my trip recently taking a picture of -- you know.