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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

2012 10 02


Today in the garden...

...used all the bath water on the irises under the locust tree.
...moved the container with yellow pursalane and white angelonia from front section 1 to the patio.  Cooler temperatures expected this weekend.  It's time to start huddling the remaining containers together.
...put up a little temporary fence to keep people from walking close to the burning bush.  There are daffodils planted in the space.


...ran soaker hose in front section 1.

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9 comments:

  1. Dropping by to wish you a Happy Fall from my blog exile. I'm glad to see you are busy with your garden and doing all sorts of productive things!

    I'm still computerless for the time being as we had some major, unexpected house repairs this spring and summer that were not unlike buying a new car, Add to that a two and a half pushing three month bout with a respiratory infection, and that's where i have been. Hope to join you all again soon.

    Hope all is well with you and yours.

    XO,

    Sheila

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  2. I'm getting ready here in NC to make some inside room for some of my outside plants. A yearly process which I'm sure you go through yourself.

    Picked some of our bok choy yesterday for a stir fry and enjoyed it very much.

    I am going to do things so differently come spring after becoming a follower of yours. The more I see your beautiful plants and yard, the more changes I want to make.

    You have a wonderful week.
    Cross’N My Stitches

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  3. I too am getting ready to start moving some plants. Mostly smaller ones that I want to winter inside. Every time I stop by to visit here, I realize that I am going to make so many changes come spring. I just love your yard and your flowers.

    We had bok choy from our garden for the first time last night. Used it in a chicken stir fry and really enjoyed it.

    You have a great rest of the week and keep up the great job with your blog and your flowers.
    LindaLee at Cross’N My Stitches

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  4. I'm getting ready here in NC to make some inside room for some of my outside plants. A yearly process which I'm sure you go through yourself.

    Picked some of our bok choy yesterday for a stir fry and enjoyed it very much.

    I am going to do things so differently come spring after becoming a follower of yours. The more I see your beautiful plants and yard, the more changes I want to make.

    You have a wonderful week.
    Cross’N My Stitches

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    1. Thanks for the support. Glad you're getting some ideas from my garden. That's what I love about garden blogging. I've learned so much from other gardeners!

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  5. It's still very hot here. Can't wait for some of those cooler temps. Both me and the garden will be happy when they finally arrive.

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  6. No rain your way? We got nearly two inches over the last two days. It's been nice. Here's hoping you get some too. It sure makes fall chores easier.

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    1. Just a few little showers. Soaking everything one more time before we start having freezing temperatures to help everything 'sleep' well.

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  7. Sounds like you have everything under control and ready for the cold. We enjoyed 2" rain the last few days but our lowest temp so far is 45.

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