Six on Saturday

The weather continues to be divine, though rain would be useful. Here are my Six On Saturday. Hats off to The Propagator, https://thepropagatorblog.wordpress.com//, who provides this dizzy delight of garden photos from around the planet. I am happy to join in. Visit his site by clicking the link.

Georgia Southern campus

A visit to the Plant sale and a walk about on a perfect day in Georgia gave me plenty of opportunity to snap some photos.

A quiet space

I help at the Pollinator Garden here on Skidaway Island, and now that the heat has abated, it is pure delight…no, actually the fire ant hill I stepped in yesterday kept it from being PURE delight.

Pollinator Garden

This is an educational walk and once had an adjacent field, called Sparrow Field, but the golf course and club own the land that we are allowed to garden, so when they took back the field for construction maintenance, we lost a LOT. But they still allow our work on this strip to go on.

Skidaway Community Farm

I also spent some time working at the Farm. This is the second plot I work in where all the produce goes to feed the hungry through The Second Apostolate.

Days End

Crossing over the Bridge is always a wonderful way to end the day on Skidaway Island.

About Jayne in Georgia

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.
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2 Responses to Six on Saturday

  1. Pollinator gardens are becoming quite popular. Those sunflowers should attract many.

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  2. Nice gardens! Skidaway looks wonderful. Great to see some bits of home, thanks.

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