A shady spot.
Since this picture was taken, the Petunia finally died from lack of soil for its roots. But, it thrived for a couple of months on practically nothing. This reminded me of Jesus's parable about the seeds being thrown on different kinds of soil. This poor Petunia's seed was not thrown on good soil!
The chair planters are filling in some. Even since this picture was taken a few days ago, the plants have grown very much.
Still supporting our team!
Brown Eyed Susans.
This year we have not spent a lot of time in the yard or garden due to many things. We have tried to make things more low maintenance also. Hubby moves the sprinkler around to different areas of the yard almost every day and I walk around with an empty gallon milk jug filled with water giving sips to my hanging baskets and a couple of newly planted perennials. The mulch we put out this year has helped tremendously in the weed control problems and with moisture retention.
There's a heat wave on the way this weekend. Triple digits for 4 or 5 days in a row. Sewing inside is planned. How about you?
Its a rainy Sunday afternoon and I am crocheting some baby hats. Grandbaby number 7 is due on July 4, 2018, and the gender reveal party is t...
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