I always enjoy your garden tour photos. What is the name of the trees in your forest? We purchased 2 new to us trees today.By the way, my sis recently moved to Kansas City MO. She is adjusting to the weather!After a very rainy summer, it is drying up a little now. Looks like we might have color this autumn.Have a good rest of the week.
The forest trees are Spartan Junipers. They've been great.
Hard to believe another month has gone. Looking forward to cool temps and hopefully a bit of rain this month. Have a wonderful week!
Everything looks so green at your home! We've had a dry August, so the lawn here has turned brown, and I've had to water the garden to keep everything alive.
That sounds so good to hear you use the word green for my garden. We're still in a drought but had a wetter month than we've seen in a long time and it really revived a lot. I hope you get some rain soon.
It is a great tour. The morning glories are beautiful. I didn't get any to grow this year.
I like your use of pots and containers. It adds color and flowers. Nice!
You have lots going on in the various areas of your yard. It looks like you use all of your space to the fullest and best use! Can't believe it's September already. I like the use of pots and containers, too.
I love the sunflowers in the back yard. I've decided that I really need to add some in my yard somewhere. I can't believe I have so few. I'm willing to bet you have pollinators galore behind your grill!
Oh yes. There are tons of pollinators hanging out back there. I try to keep the sunflowers from taking over. Many get pulled and some get whacked back when they reach over the grill or out in the paths. They're so easy!
I sure wouldn't knock easy - especially after the last couple years of gardening in this state! That's exactly one of the reasons why I've determined to add some sunflowers!
Hi GOSS, I hope summer has gone well for you and your garden. I love those sunflowers, too. I just don't know how September got here so quickly!
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