It has been a while since I shared what’s going on in our garden. Until recently, not very much saving the dry condition.
But God…don’t you just love the combination of those two words.
God sent rain our way. And it rained good fashion – as the folks say here.
|3 1/2 inches of rain in two days|
It reminded me that there’s nothing better than a cold drink of water when one is thirsty – and there’s nothing better for a garden than a good, deep rain.
The garden is coming of age this Autumn.
|Hurricane, Surprise Lilies|
Rosehips are maturing.
Crabapples are ready for picking
Berries are changing their colors
|this is a weedy vine – but, I think the berries are pretty|
Seedpods are opening to spring forth the promise of new life.
|The Montezuma Balled Cypress balls are fascinating|
Mums are bursting into bloom.
There’s so much to enjoy in the Autumn garden.
|Loquat blossom buds will produce tiny orange fruit later this winter|
|I love the look of the Resurrection Fern against the moss growing on the Cypress tree|
When I woke the birds and squirrels were busy foraging in my garden; their happy chatter pleased my heart.
I have plans for change in my garden –
Hopefully ones that will ensure a better summer for my
How is your day going?
Tomorrow is the official first day of Autumn.
I am ready and blissfully happy.
Thank you for your visit.
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