Friday, December 29, 2006


CHAMELEONS IN WINTER.

Isn't he cute. He was nestling in the green trellis amongst the pink trumpet vine, which is still flowering. He blended in so well, it was hard to see him as he was perfectly still. We had a big one during the heat of the summer when creating a rock garden. He appeared in his green suit, starting climbing up the brezo fence and turned brown.... fascinating little creatures - and feisty too.


Here's the picture of the fountain I tried to post earlier. When the stones, pebbles and papyrus in black pot are added, I'll post another.


6 comments:

Naturegirl said...

He is cute and most interesting!To see this gift of nature in person would be a treat!Also to walk in your garden of mosaics!I continue to enjoy my visits with you!
Wishing you harmony peace and JOY in the coming new year! hugs NG

Dazzle said...

Happy New Year ladyluz - Here's wishing you many hours of peaceful gardening throughout 2007!

Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

What a charming, interesting and informative garden diary. Can I contact you aside from blog comments?
Carol Lightwood
Editor
www.hotgardens.net

ladyluz said...

NG and Dazzle - how nice that you're still stopping by.

Carol - I have Emailed the newsletter at hot gardens.net with a message for you, as I could not access the Home Page and contact address.

Becky said...

Thank you for all your visits to my blog . . . I have moved my blog to a new address!
I hope you can hop over there and also change the link on your site.
~sorry for the mixup~i just had to start a new.
It is Serenity Garden and this is the link address:


http://serenity-garden.blogspot.com

I have will be back to read more of your blog~ so much i have missed this winter. You have great ideas for garden art and i just love the photos.

ladyluz said...

Hi Becky. Have tried to upload your new blog address but Blogger isn't having any of it. Will keep trying.