Seems I’ve neglected sharing more of my garden daily images so thought I’d play a little catch up. These images were all taken the first part of August. I just love seeing the little bee butt here!
The image above was the very last of the Nelly Moser clematis blooms. The art piece pictured below hangs above the tool shed door.
This is a little water bowl located in the shade garden in back. There used to be a little heart with the letter ‘I’ on it, but a crow made off with it!
This woman’s head pot is something Brian & I found in a shop in Portland, OR several years ago.
Not all of my herbs are doing as well as I would have hoped for some reason, but the rosemary is looking quite lovely and should provide a wonderful herbal addition to the Fall & Winter meals to come.
This was the very last of the broccoli from this season. Nothing like fresh broccoli!
Of course the word pool fountain is still going strong.
This was the very last of the magnolia blossoms from our evergreen Brown Betty magnolia. We has so many blooms on those trees this year.
It won’t be long now before it’s time to put the garden to rest. I’ve already begun Fall clean-up. It has been a beautiful summer this year. Truly grateful.
Hoping you find some beauty to admire in your world today.