These are the stories of a gardener and her adventures in and sometimes out of her eclectic and eccentric garden in a suburb of Houston, Texas.
Yes, I'm saying that right now, over & over again. Geez, it looks like mass destruction in my garden right now. But too fun to make a nursery list. And too hard to contemplate all the word ahead. I'll keep repeating your chant.
As a newbie wanna be gardenista, I too am lamenting and thinking that I did something wrong out in the back 40 (as in 40 feet). I guess I expected a magical transfer from spring to summer flowers with one growing and flowering quick enough to cover the old spring foliage. Boy was I wrong. I spent too much time thinking about spring and now I am stumped for summer. But Cindy even you bear spots look good – you are the master!!! Rebecca
Linda, I now have 3 trash cans and a large tub filled with spent plants so I can relate to your mass destruction. That's nowhere near all ... I have to tackle the rose bed this week. Yikes.Rebecca, thank you for the kudos. I've got several packets of Cosmos seeds to scatter once I get the beds cleared. You might try some of those and some zinnias, too.
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