The East Garden, which has not felt the
The lacecap hydrangea is my favorite and it is thriving w/o me! I haven't touched my gardens yet. The weeds are colossal.
The Fourth of July swags come down today - I'll miss them! They'll be back on Labor Day.
This is probably as close to the blueberries as we can get - each season the chipmunks and birds make off with the entire crop! Notice the thistle growing beneath the bushes - I always hope that its thorns will deter our hungry critters, but it isn't so.
We finally managed to
The daylily border is monopolized by weed and suffering a shaggy edge. It's too late to edge and mulch without harming the bloom. Sometimes you just have to let it go!
The vegetable garden is shaping up nicely.
Shallots and 'Sugar Baby' melons coexist peacefully.
Basil, beets and the giant pumpkin vines make good neighbors.
This is a good looking tomato crop! Roma, plum, cherry, grape, big boy, beefsteak, etc!
Broccoli and beans - squash bringing up the rear. It isn't ALL work -
Harley has a wading pool -
And there have been pink bird sightings in the hosta border.
Have a beautiful day!