Goss, wow, your place still has a lot of life. It's a very tidy place. My gardens always look a little worse for wear about this time of the year. My task now is a concentrated effort to clean it up and prepare for Winter. There are a few tomatoes trickling in but for the most part the garden year is over. Have a great day enjoying your gardens.
The rain has sure helped this year. Makes me want the season to stretch late into the fall.
I always enjoy your garden tour. Hope you both are enjoying the long weekend.
Thanks for visiting. Have a great Labor Day. Windy here so we'll be inside as much as possible.
Your container garden is really looking terrific still--you're ruining my cheap excuse that containers just get tired looking by this time of the summer. Hmmm. Must rethink my excuses!Hope you had a great summer. Happy Labor Day
This is when my containers look the best. Eventually, I'll tuck all that I can move under the patio to survive the light frosts. They look so good all grouped together that I always think why don't I just start with them that way. Super windy here for Labor Day. Will stay in as much as possible. Have a good one.!
I clicked on the first photo, and enjoyed looking at your photos enlarged. September is looking great your way! I like your sunflower. I can't grow them, because squirrels take the flowers off before they even develop the seeds. Thanks for visiting my last WW post.
It's looking good. Thank you for the tour. ~~Dee
Somehow I missed the September tour. I don't ever want to miss any of them.
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