My vegetable garden is beat up. What wasn’t hit by frost last week was trashed by Sunday’s wind.
I finally purchased some garlic bulbs. I tried a few seed catalogues but found a lot of them were sold out.
swans on Sengekontacket Pond, Martha's Vineyard
I’m loving the change in the weather. I spent all of last rainy Sunday organizing my greenhouse. It is full of geraniums, mandevillas and begonias...
I’m one of those more-is-better people. I cannot seem to have enough geraniums to rescue before winter sets in.
Timing is everything. I have a well at my big garden but no electricity.
Don’t be fooled by the miniscule amount of rain that fell during the beginning of this week.
What a relief! The humidity has finally lifted and the nights have cooled enough for comfortable sleep.
I do enjoy a good Labor Day storm. It puts a definitive end to the summer.
Between the weeds and the lack of rain it is difficult to keep a positive attitude. How do weeds get so huge with nary a sip of water.