Our deciduous azalea
Unfortunately it is under attack each spring from the leaf eaters. Tried dormant oil and now BT to see if we can protect them.
The front assortment
These have done well, so far.
Though this clump is not happy. One of the creatures has devoured its bulb!
One of the lawn groups trying to survive the mower.
A new thing snuck in this year.
This have been around up in the back woods and are a nice sign of spring.
Hemlock under attack by wooly adelgid, barely discernible in this view. It's the white specks at the base of the needles to the left of center. The center ones got over whelmed by the flash.
Another invader, up by the neighbor in back. This is what remains of a large patch that she attacked all along their boundary with the woods.
We do have to eat also.