Although I've been using Sundays as a day to review what went on in the garden during the week, the heat has addled my brain and I can't remember much of what I did when I was able to be out there. So instead this post is a tip of the Tula* to Elizabeth Licata (of Gardening While Intoxicated and Garden Rant) for her comment on yesterday's post.
|Zooming in through the garden gate|
|A view from the path, complete with tub trug and umbrellas to protect plants from the sun|
Standing on the southwest patio
|Look to the east for a view of the pond|
|Looking west towards the front gate|
|Standing on the patio, looking northeast|
|A gratuitous shot of my neighbor's crape myrtle festooned with coral vine, part of my borrowed view|
*My Tula gardening hat, which does a splendid job of protecting me from the Death Star's fierce glare as I ramble about the garden. By the way, I remember how I spent a significant portion of my time outside this week. I watered. Big whoop.