We are too Annie. Mine is now a rapidly exposing, sodden mess. Yours fills me with hope.
Pete's scarecrow makes me think of Tom Hanks in Castaway, making friends with a volleyball, calling him "Wilson". Love your garden, as always. Are you keeping cool and able to water your dear plants?WendyBee
What a fun time ya'll had together. Lovely garden photos.
Love the Agapanthus buds. Ours aren't looking great at the moment, maybe as the ducks hide in the middle of them! Great scarecrows although think they are more cute and happy than scary!!
Our aggies are long finished :O) we have 100's of them in our side garden lots of blue and lots of white loveliness!I love your scarecrow and very safety concious with his fluro safety gear :O)Lissa
Hi Pete, Thats is one good-looking boy scarecrow you made ! He looks a bit like you !!!
Great scarecrows! Both of them. YOur gardens are beautiful.
Love the scarecrows. You and Pete did a fantastic job. My lighter blue agapanthus are nearly finished but the deep purple is nearly ready to open it's buds.
your garden is a joy to behold and so colourful - mine is just mud and snow - black and white!!!xxx
Hi Annie: Love the scarecrows - and your little Pete is the greatest! You could hire him out around the neighbourhood for boy-type crafty projects.
Oh, aren't they gorgeous??!! The scarecrow, the boy scarecrow and your lovely little Pete!
The scarecrows look fantastic Annie - and Pete!
Wow, Agapanthus. I just pulled the old heads off mine today from summer 09. They're dormant and damp. I'm hoping they're still alive! It's great to see yours flowering! Roll on spring on this side of the planet!
That was a lot of exclamations. I think I'm trying to be cheery in the dreary depths of winter. Truth is, it's dismal outside.
Loving your friendly scarecrow!
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