Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Ruby Tuesday- Red Rules

Good Tuesday morning and welcome to my first Ruby Tuesday post.
I hope you enjoy my selections.

This red bloom is Turks Cap. It thrives
easily in my garden and the humming-
birds and butterflies love it. So do I!

This little Red Barn is a replica
of the many signs that you
will see while traveling through
the cities near Lookout Mountain,
Georgia. I found this bell at the gift
shop in Chattanooga, TN's airport.

A bright red Zinnia was just the spot
for this Swallowtail Butterfly visiting
my garden.


maryt/theteach said...

Pam, welcome to Ruby Tuesday! I'm glad you've joined us. You selected some very beautiful photos for today! I love that first flower I've never seen it before. Remember to go around and visit other RT participants. Welcome again! :)

Becca said...

Great flowers! I want to plant some flowers soon and would love to attract butterflies and hummingbirds :)

Candy said...

What an awesome photo, the last one, with the popping red color. Miss S.T. could see that one a mile away!
Welcome to my following friends and I look forward to more sharing as we travel in blogland.
Happy Tuesday ;-)

Heidi said...

Oooh very nice shots. I really like the butterfly shot. Very fun.
If you'd like to stop by my blog I'm at Cake Crumbs.

Pamela K H said...

Hi Mary/theTeach,
Thanks for the warm welcome. I've enjoyed stopping by a lot of the RT sites. I look foward to RT in the coming weeks.

Pamela K H said...

I've had the best luck with Cosmos, Zinnias, Milkweed and the Turks Cap when it comes to attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Good luck with your garden.

Pamela K H said...

Hi Candy,
Thanks for stopping by. I'm glad you enjoyed my Ruby Tuesday post. Looking forward to following your blog. Feel free to follow mine as well.

Pamela K H said...

Thanks for taking the time to check out my RT post and leaving such a nice comment. I look forward to visiting you at Cake Crumbs.

storyteller said...

What a lovely first Ruby Tuesday post! Thanks so much for visiting mine at Sacred Ruminations earlier today and inviting me to visit your Garden Space ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Connie said...

Nice red pictures. I like the bell too.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I grow Turk’s cap for
hummingbirds and butterflies—
they feast on nectar.

My Ruby Tuesday

Regina, DailyLiving said...

Lovely red! Nice post.