It was getting a little scary there for a while. Would the heat put an end to my garden? If not, maybe the drought would. The grass was brown, and the plants were rather sad and flowerless. The flowers that dared showed their heads were often eaten by the Japanese beetles.
Still, my garden triumphed! . . . → Read More: Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – August Prevails
As we continue our garden tour, let’s move outside the garden gate. There was no point in trying to keep grass out front. Oh darn, guess I have to live with this instead.
We are on a corner lot, so we get to garden the side of the house as well. I tried to . . . → Read More: Grand Tour – Part II – Outside the Garden Gate
Aren’t you just a wee bit curious about what lies beyond the garden gate? Well, come on in and see what all the excitement is about.
We moved here 13 years ago. The entire yard was grass except for this pine tree area. The grass doesn’t have a chance against us – the yard . . . → Read More: Grand Tour – Part I – Inside the Garden Gate
Bits and pieces. Bits and pieces. I’ve toyed with you for months now talking about various parts of the garden, always giving you bits and pieces. Its time to see the garden as a whole, or at least as much of it as Kevin can get in his fisheye lens in this shot. He certainly . . . → Read More: Garden Overview