Last weekend I bought myself a rose of sharon to go in where I dug up that large stump: The new rose of Sharon bush: All plans comes with Turbo 13 kit which is the latest addition for Vitacost has an amazingly user-friendly site that basically categorizes all products in their own separate departments for easy shopping. Blooms all summer long. Their latest article will involve providing information to consumers on how to make their own sports drink in the most natural way possible.
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Have a great weekend! I drink hot coffee even in warmer weather, but it just got to be too much. I was making cold brew in a pitcher, but it is kind of messy, so I bought a cold brewer:.
The grounds stay in a filter and you just pour the coffee out instead of having to strain it. The downside with cold brew is that it has to brew overnight and preferably 24 hours. So if you forget, no cold brew LOL. Lots and lots of snapdragons: Some random blooms on the balloon flower: The new rose of Sharon bush: It seems happy in the new spot. Hopefully it will get a good root system going this fall.
Autumn Joy sedum are getting their color now: This is after she ate the catnip and was just rolling around the floor: Callibrocha from my tippy pots: One of those little mum pots I bought — already blooming in its tiny way.
Potted plants on the back patio. I will get more of this next year. I love the smell. Last weekend I bought myself a rose of sharon to go in where I dug up that large stump: My caged iris rhizomes are doing great! I planted them like this for protection: They have been undisturbed with my covering and are showing growth: Hopefully they will bloom next year, but sometimes it takes 2 years. The hydrangea still looks beautiful and lush: These have to be 10 inch flowers.
A second flush of flowering on the rose plants is happening now. I love this plant. This is that planter that I did back in early spring. Still looking pretty good! These are very low to the ground, unlike the one I have out back.
I obviously have a cottage garden style and these fit right in. I think I got a bit over zealous with moving since we had super hot and muggy temps this week and it really stressed out the globe thistles: I guess I could do another hydrangea, but something different would be nice. Speaking of hydrangea, more rain and the branches drooped more: I have to say that I really like the way it looks.
Almost a weeping willow appearance. Now to pot those up. The last gasp of the lily: Blooms all summer long. He left me with this nice bare spot: I think a squirrel did this: Remains of a heuchera.
Here is my solution to keep the critters away from them: Flopped over from the rain, but so pretty: Sedum just starting to get a bit of color. A sure sign the season is nearing the end. Image credit Two studies came out recently that put those theories to the test. Energy density of foods, servings of fruits or vegetables and eating patterns did not differ between the water and the no-water day in both men and women For me, drinking water never really keeps me from eating.
The garden is still enjoying the rain that has been coming regularly. The coneflowers are getting a bit tired, but still look pretty good.
This orange one is my favorite. The zinnias up front are all happy and blooming. This is what the ones in the back look like: Our dead magnolia tree was removed last weekend. I think I just find him funny.
Once the flowers start to bloom, the branches droop down when it rains. We have 2 hummingbirds that come by and they like this flower a lot. This weekend is iris planting time! This one is a suprise — Cleome: There are several different colors: It is doing much better than my really tall one out back. Out back is the Joe Pye Weed: Picture taken at eye level.
The pollinators love this one. I replanted it in the spring and now, finally, it has bloomed: We started with a bread and spread plate: There was tapenade, hummus, herb butter, roasted veggie and a fruit jam.
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