A warm day to work outside, but not terribly so. A tiny bit humid. Thankfully, it was nothing unbearable. I realized that despite all the rain we’ve had this week. the pots in the side patch got only a tiny bit of that rain and were dry as a bone and drooping in sadness and thirst. I watered heavily and hope they perk back up.
I also sprayed the garden like a mad woman. Well, I am a mad woman, I suppose. Either Morticia Addams has taken a liking to pansies, or something has been making a meal out of them. Many of the blooms are gone, just snipped off right at the tops of the stems. So I whipped up a batch of some stuff I used last year that seemed to work pretty well, and now have my fingers crossed.
Overall, things are looking pretty good! The sage blooms have died off and I’ll probably dead-head those this week. There are tiny new blooms raring to go so I want to make room for them, and give them plenty of energy to bloom forth and conquer.
As I was taking pictures, I realized that both of the colors of verbena in this pot (can you see the one peeking out in back?) perfectly match the leaves of the coleus. This is what I call “gardendipity.” 😀
And that’s how my garden’s growing this week! How’s yours coming along?
To see all my pictures from the garden this week,
you can click either the link or the image below.
Thanks for looking!