Wildlife
#91
Great video, I couldn't help noticing how plump and healthy all the critters look. Must be a healthy and balanced ecosystem.
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#92
I caught this cute little guy in the driveway while dragging the bin to the curb.

   

I put him under one of the plants so he could get water and some bugs that might be dinner.

Please excuse my lack of manicure.  I have never had good fingernails and spending so much time in the garden isn't helping!
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#93
Wow, it is tiny, all baby things are cute, even lizards. What type is it ? Haha, no manicured nails in this household either, just hands that show a love of gardening, manual arts and dogs.
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#94
I wish my oldest kid was around, she would know.  It was too tiny for me to tell.  It played dead until it knew I was going to let it go.

Here is the plant I put it under.


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Lantana.  It blooms all summer even when out temperatures are 115F/46C.  I have to cut it to the ground once the temperatures get cold but it grows like crazy when spring arrives.
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#95
Aww, cute little guy.
Linda

One Border Collie Is Never Enough

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#96
Your garden is stunning ! Such a fantastic haven for creatures. That is a beautiful ornamental Lantana. We have a bigger, messy (introduced) one that has escaped into the bushland so country folk tend not to even plant the ornamental ones but you will see them in suburban gardens.
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#97
No manicured nails here either.

We dig out the wild lantana here. It's beautiful, but also poisonous if the livestock eats it.
Gotta love 'em.
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