My wisteria is finally starting to bloom. It's the later-blooming type, which is meant to be less invasive--and thank goodness for that because it is almost to the top of a seventy foot pine tree.
I can't decide what the plant below is. I thought it was an oakleaf hydrangea I'd planted early last year. It was one of those plants that the big box stores sell in a bag, and it never came up. Now I'm thinking that I may have taken a cutting from my Turk's cap hibiscus and rooted it there. I suppose I'll know more in a few weeks.
This anole posed for me on the railing of my porch. Every now and again he would stop and catch an insect. Anyone who catches insects is welcome on my porch.
These lizards have a look of ancient intelligence.
The carpenter bees are busy looking for places to nest.