Saturday, February 21, 2009

Correctly Identified

One of our readers correctly identified the plant shown on the picture of the posting for Feb 3rd. The plant is the Mexican Flame Vine. This plant is common in South Texas and is a host for the yet unidentified butterfly or moth. We are still looking for the ID of this lovely caterpillar. If you know what this creature transforms to let us know by emailing me directly or click the comment button on this post. We would love to hear from you.

Friday, February 13, 2009


The above beauties have already been seen in our garden. We are in great anticipation for Spring. How lovely!

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Prolific Flower Producer

This plant flowers profusely, so much so, this little guy just can't keep up.
Our mission to all who read this is; "What is the name of this plant? and, What will this little guy look like when he is done transforming?
Please let us all know by commenting or sending us your opinions to