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Monday, August 16, 2010

Hiding in the chamomile

I got a free packet of chamomile seeds when I ordered some bulbs earlier this year. I just threw them out in an open corner of my garden, not caring what they did. They grew tho ... well!!! I have a ton of hardy chamomile, plenty to make a lot of tea from my crop! I often see these cute ladybugs hiding in the patch. I dont mind at all. They help keep the bad bugs away!

9 comments:

  1. Oh what a beautiful shot, I love the lil ladybug! Looks like your having beautiful weather there too - We're 20 degrees warmer than you guys, but it's so much better than the 100+ we were having up to now!

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  2. Wow...I am going to have to plant some chamomile! It's beautiful in flower!
    Lucky you to have Ladybugs adorn your garden!
    I rarely see them around my place...they are very beneficial!
    Great Pic!

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  3. Gorgeous. My sister's near Portland and we stayed with her last June and loved the area!
    ChiIL Mama
    http://chiilmama.blogspot.com/2010/08/mellow-yellow-monday-chiilin-with-our.html

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  4. Wonderful composition and details. Lovely image.

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  5. That is a beautiful shot! love the combination of colors!
    I could see that one as a framed shot hanging on the wall.
    Nicely done!

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  6. How gorgeous! LOVE love love the colors --- :) Beautiful shot!
    http://nanskimtn.blogspot.com/2010/08/macro-monday-dragonfly-on-connecticut.html

    Nancy

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  7. this is great photo, love the colors and the way that ladybird is cuptered is very good
    I'm your new follower

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  8. When I was a kid, I was told that a ladybug's age is told by how many spots you can count on their wings. Never found out if that was true.

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  9. Isn't it fun watching your seeds grow into beautiful blooms...and that lady bug is just an added bonus! Beautiful!

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