Time marches on, doesn't it? I admire the Sherlock Street garden style - especially this year as the rain and cooler weather means hubby has to mow 2 times a week! Too much lawn here on State Road 37....I wish I lived closer. I'd beg some of those aloe starts....and how beautiful the milk weed's flower! Is that going to spread prolifically? Will you have to stay on top of it? It's raining again as I type. Wish we could divide and share with so many who are so dry.
No rain for us today but it is fairly cool. I will keep an eye on the milk weed, but it will be worth it.
I always love seeing your back yard---such an oasis of calm!The bottom photo looks like you could use a chipper/shredder??
A chipper would be good. We had to take out a Juniper that was leaning funny. Our city has a place to take limbs. We just haven't taken them yet.
In Poland, they were intense heat and I began to appreciate the water. I like ecology for years, but times of drought is a good teacher of life. Greetings :)
Your containers are looking wonderful. This has been such a wet cool summer here so far.I hope you are getting some of this rain.
I missed seeing your grand tour. I always enjoy seeing it from every angle. You look like you have a lot of things to keep you gardening. It all looks great.
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