It's Fertilizer Friday again! Click on the icon to see what everyone has blooming in their gardens this week!
|Unsure of variety of hydrangea, but love the aging color!|
|They don't like to sit still for very long, do they?|
|Bee and Zahara Zinnia|
|This one was shy about showing his colors...........|
|Look how fuzzy he is!|
|More annuals on Pachyberm|
|Sweet potato vine, Carex 'Ice Fountains', seed heads of Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster' and 'Victoria' Salvia with rocks|
|Pinus strobus 'Blue Shag' dwarf conifer|
|Late afternoon near Formal Garden|
|Quarry pond, looking west|
|View from East berm|
|Waterlilies put on new leaves and blooms|
|Second sweet potato and Miscanthus 'Morning Light'----this is the first time I was able to overwinter this grass, don't know what I'm doing wrong, but at least this one survived last winter.|
|Looking back through the gate--there's that stone house foundation......another job we have to finish!|
|Pachyberm from east side|
|What the garden looks like to me without my glasses----hey, I don't see ANY weeds!!!|
|What the garden looks like from the Chicken Cam---------no, my hens don't wear a camera, but this is what they'd see if they did.|
|If my chickens could fly, this is what they'd see....oh, dear, the Riverbed kind of looks like a large bug..........HMMMMMMM..........kinda creepy.|
We did another round of demolition in the garden tonight, I will post about it next time. We really do not like to saw down trees, but sometimes we have to.
More on that to come.
Now head on over to Tootsie's Fertilizer Friday and see some gorgeous gardens!