Move over everyone, it’s daylily time
More daylilies and other lovelies on My Snapshots page.
August… Fall…. Next Season, oh the possibilities..
August is upon us and it’s now I begin planning and dreaming of Fall and next Spring. I will try however, to enjoy all the beauty and splendor the gardens have to offer day. Live in the moment after all, enjoy the bounty before me.
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Of allium, peonies and roses oh my
Balboa Park in Bloom: August, 2020 — South Park SD Blogger
If you’re like many people these days, you’re still partly sheltered-in-place, tired of streaming EVERYTHING and looking for something to do besides your essential job. And you’d really like to make up for those travel plans you cancelled. Why not tour the largest urban park in the United States without leaving your living room? Balboa […]Balboa Park in Bloom: August, 2020 — South Park SD Blogger
One last alpine garden — nature has no boss
A few weeks ago we we lucky enough to take a hike along a ridge above tree-line once again filled with alpine wildflower. Most growing only inches tall yet the display of color was stunning. Carefully stepping from rock to rock to avoid smashing these fragile flowers that somehow thrive in a cold and windy […]One last alpine garden — nature has no boss
The mid-August Garden
Frills, Fluff & Mid-summer Fancies
Nothing says ‘Hello August’ like day lilies. Despite my ongoing battle with the deer, I’ve managed to see a new crop of beautiful day lilies emerge from the warm summer soil.
Day lilies, astilbe, monarda and coneflowers, the hallmarks of mid-summer blooms.
The deer, squirrels and chipmunks have made sure I’ve seen few roses this season, but thankfully they’ve left a few mainstays to admire.
Soon September will bring an end to the abstract painting that is the 2020 garden. Best I get out and enjoy nature’s canvas while I can.
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