It’s already here. The 15th of the month. And that means it’s Bloom Day, a day to show off the beauties in our flower gardens. It is raining like crazy this morning, and will probably not let up ’til May. But, I did manage to get a few pics the other day before the flowers got soggy.
September’s upon us and the colors in my flowerbeds are starting to fade. I’m going to guess this isn’t the best my gardens have looked this time of year. The weather has been warmer than usual, I haven’t been watering much & I haven’t kept up on the weeding or deadheading as I should be. So, the flowerbeds are dry, full of spent blooms &
Back in 2012 I planted a front flowerbed. It was a big deal. I had planted many other flowerbeds, but the one right at our entrance had been on hold. Finally, though, I was able to put in the flowerbed. I was thrilled! I decided that since it was a small area & it was the most visible that I would splurge & spend the