Growing adventures in an organic South Shore Veg and Flower Garden on Canada's East Coast
We hope Earl heads out to sea and leaves you with a nice warm weekend. Keep us posted!~Michele
Hi Brenda, beautiful pictures today. I too hope Earl stays far away from you and the gardens! Scary.
Beautiful morning glory. I do hope the morning glory stand ground, it would be such a shame to see them drenched in one go.
Beautiful garden. Excellent photos!
Hah, we're in synchronicity, Brenda. My 'Heavenly Blue' morning glories are blooming profusely, and the cimucifuga AND the miscanthuses are just coming on. All could be somewhat rain drenched and flattened by the wind in a couple of days, but whatever will be will be....
Thanks everyone for kindly commenting. Michele and Sue, fingers crossed the hurricane loses it's umph!! So far though..no! Mango Cheeks..think the Heavenly Blue will make it, at least hope so. Goodness the garden needs rain but not a hurricane))). Dunc...thanks...)))) Great new fiddler you got there!!Jodi...I didn't think of the miscanthus..yes..they will really suffer if the rain is torrential and, likely yours, as ours, are just showing their plumes(((...grumble and expletive omitted...
I heard about Hurricane Early on the news yesterday. Hope you get good rain. We are actually enjoying the sunshine here.
How are things today? Quiet I hope and I hope Earl will miss you altogether!~Michele
Love these shots and what a contrast to what followed! Glad you survived, Bren!Andy