Good Morning again , Kim,
It's another beautiful, if not gray cloud filled day here. There's a slight hint of rain in the air but as you well know that makes the day all the better for this human duck.
For me gardening is a form of meditation.
Me too...at least under normal circumstances. This summer between the heat and humidity and the mosquitoes there has been little hope to calm my mind and meditate while puttering around with my gardens and shrubs. There was usually only one thing on my mind, get out of there before I got eaten alive!!!
This has been the worst year for "mozzies" since I've been here and they have been active all day long rather then mostly mornings and evenings.
I always loved this time of year in the states... pouring over seed and plant catalogs, planning and scheming this years summer gardens. Definitely, a little bit of heaven at the end of a snowy winter.
I may get outside this afternoon if the rain holds off something similar to a morning glory vine . It has deep purple flowers and is lovely, accept unchecked it would take over the world in the space of a year.
It's quite old though. I believe our landlord's mom planted it when she lived here to cover the steel fence that separates our property from the one next door,-. The mother vine is as thick as a small tree trunk and travels down a narrow channel impossible to reach. So we just trim "her arms" every once in awhile.
Let me know what you decide on. Still hoping for summer photos when all is established and in it's glory.
Thanks for the encouragement. I think collectively there has been a bunch of heat related negativity the past few months so maybe all of us will feel better as Autumn sets in.
Have fun at work with those little darlings...