With all the rain we've had this summer, the flowers are doing exceptionally well. It is so nice to see green at this time of the summer without having to water much other than plants in containers.
|Passion flower - beautiful but invasive|
|Viburnum starts out bright white |
and changes to a pinkish hue
|I believe this hydrangea is known as limerick ~|
perhaps because of its greenish flowers
|Part of a lightening rod|
|A feather found today ~|
only about 3" long
I purchased three $.99 goldfish for my little pond. They all survived and have about quadrupled in size. Not sure why, but the water plants are not doing too well.
What used to be a lovely hosta. Damn deer!
Last weekend I stopped at a tag sale the third and final day. I can't believe these two pieces of white ironstone were still there. One is marked Johnson Brothers and the other Alfred Meakin. I believe the piece on the left is a marriage. The handle was broken and reglued, but it's still a good shelf piece. The lidded dish on the right is perfect except for a bit of discoloration on the lid. The total for the two pieces ~ $8.00. Oh, I LOVE a bargain.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)