The Natural World Haiku: Hellebore

Spring awakening

In buttercup family

Poisonous beauty

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 3/26/17

This ancient flower is a member of the poison gardens.

Thank you Veronica Sanchez for sharing your lovely photo.  See Veronica offering service dogs, therapy dogs and pet training using gentle, humane methods

 

Uncomplicated thoughts: Give the giving

“The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.”
― William Butler Yeats

Photo by PamelaWLucas, Northern Ireland, May, 2016

Haiku: Oh the sweet yellow

Unmatched spring beauty

Sturdy and among the first

Daffodil, Jonquil

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 3/17/17

Photo taken by PamelaWLucas at the Philadelphia Flower Show, 3/16/17

Haiku: peaking green

peaking green slivers

slender and slow to emerge

standing tall will come

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 3/4/17

Photo by PamelaWLucas 3/4/17

Haiku: Belles ring in spring

Virginia Bluebells

Come with the whispers of spring

Blanket the landscape

First VA Bluebells - signs of an early spring
First VA Bluebells – signs of an early spring in Veronica’s garden

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 2/25/17

Photo from Pixby

Up close photo by good friend Veronica Sanchez 2/17

Embrace the Virginia Bluebell

 

Haiku: Early iris

Bold little iris

Welcome showy blues of blues

Linger till spring comes

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 2/24/17

Photo by good friend Veronica Sanchez 2/17

Flowers give such meaning and beauty to our lives. The iris got its name from an ancient Greek Goddess who used the rainbow to bridge heaven and earth.

Haiku: Oh deer

Stoic survivors

Gentle herds of herbivores

Wild on the landscape

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 2/24/17

Photo by good FBFriend 2/17, Tara McLaughlin

Tara feeds the deer that visit her property, as well as the foxes and raccoons.

 

Yes, deer will eat your shrubs and flowers, but there are certain species they will overlook, unless they are starving.  Read up and save your garden.