Tag Archives: dragonflies

So at Home

Resting on the pond waterlily Its such a great life for the frogs….sitting on the lily pads basking in the sun. Could life be any better????  These pictures were shared by one of our customers who received these tadpoles in the spring and now they are frogs enjoying the life in their new home.  Thank […]

Fun in the Garden

This time of year we all are enjoying our gardens.  Whether it be a pond, flower bed, vegetable garden or just general landscaping its a good feeling to sit back and reap the rewards of our efforts. I spent hours weeding our vegetable garden yesterday as I had neglected it for a couple weeks.   I […]

Variegated Cattail

Variegated cattail, Typha latifolia ‘Variegata’ is an attractive bog plant for any pond.  The variegation in this cattail is bold forming bright green and white longitudinal stripes.  The Variegated Cattail will grow to 5 feet tall in sun to part shade.  It requires moist soil or water to 12 inches deep.  It does well in Zones 4-11.  The Variegated […]

SNOW SNOW SNOW……..

Where is my pond and the fish?   They are in complete darkness probably wondering what happened overnight since yesterday even some of the ice had melted away and I could see the fish. We just were blessed with 8 inches of snow overnight but who can complain when the East got so much more snow than […]

Dragonfly

This picture was sent to us from a customer.  It would only make sense that we would have a lot of pictures of Dragonflies.  Dragonflies, I believe bring good luck.  They are a symbol of transformation and life’s ever-constant process of change. Change…..we seem to be hearing that a lot lately.  I could spend hours […]