Well, the tomatoes are doing just fine.
In fact, I believe I am due for another BLT for lunch today.
A couple of volunteer hollyhocks are standing guard at the corner of the house.
They're the only hollyhocks I have this year. Well, there's one other but it's been a green mound, a bust of a plant.
The hydrangeas continue to be unstoppable.
The bed next to the hydrangeas is still scraggly; however, the bee balm is in year 2 and decided to bloom.
We went a little dahlia-mad this year, and some of them are finally blooming in that extravagant dahlia manner they have.
|Love the red edges on this one.|
|This one is called Tip-toe. |
Check out the Daddy Long Legs hiding in the petals!
But let's not overlook the zucchini hiding in the undergrowth:
|I have GOT to figure out what to do with these.|
Strangely, though, there is a new bare patch in the other side bed where the alonsoa once bloomed.
I wonder why that is...