Lovely photos from your garden, Catherine !Here we had rain almost the entire month of June :-(Interesting previous post, I'm like you, also taking things to heart easily ... I used to watch the news, now not anymore.Have a wonderful day,Sylvia
I would love some rain, though i could do without the hail and tornadoes, since we just had our hail damaged roof replaced yesterday!
When the rain, wind and tornadoes have made them a foot tall - that's when, Silly! =PBeautiful images!!! =]Ah.... can you believe that we're gardening? Can you believe that things are green and (sometimes) warm? Alright (sometimes) too warm but, still..... SUNNY! AAaaaaaah! =Dxxooxxoo JOY! =]
And its to hot here to garden.. NO rain since I don't know when. I kinda forget what it looks like. Your photos are gorgeous.Hugs~
The pictures are all so lovely and cute! You are so good at lovely and cute :)I think you should leave the weed just be for while, it looks amazing as it is. This is coming from a clueless gardener, he heHugs
I had wondered if you were in the areas affected by the tornadoes and power outages. Glad to see you back on line and presumably safe and sound!
Well if they are flowers and pretty - let them grow! lol sandie
all great excuses for not weeding and the best excuse of all is AWESOME photos as a result
Wonderful pictures.It's mother nature telling you to mind your own business and chill:) We can't get the grass cut because of rain. I have a lovely crop of clover and dandelions and crabgrass.
Soon, very soon! Don't worry, some weeds can be beautiful too. ;-)
For the meanwhile, perhaps simply think of weeds as misplaced flowers.Wishing you a happy day!Hugs...Judy
sure wish we'd get some rain down here! love your 3rd photo...
Your weeds are lovely!
I'm partial to the flax. I would like to have a whole plot of its beauty.
Beautiful !!!..here it is too hot today....my o my...xxx...
It looks wonderful to me!!!
Weeds in the garden and dust in the house, both wait as long as it takes for our attention!
The weeds tell me that they love all of that RAIN.... Funny thing though, here we are hot and very dry --but the weeds still grow... Dang it.Hugs,Betsy
Dearest Catherine,Too bad for missing your weeding opportunities!Wish we had your rain...Like my Father-in-law used to say: Money is like water, there is enough of it but only the distribution is very poor.Love to you,Mariette
Very nice! Have a nice day!
I hate weeding...but compared to mine, your garden looks lovely. And your photos are always astonishing :).
Well I wish my unweeded garden was as pretty as that. I've had sunshine so I have no excuse other than I haven't felt like it
Your garden looks beautiful to me! We hired someone to weed and prune our yard this year. Oh that was nice! It was actually 4 guys and it took them 9 hours so we're glad we had them do it.
Okay, so I asked you for some rain. Sheesh! Did you have to send the hail too?? On a 100+ degree day??! How can we have ice cubes on the lawn when it is 100 degrees???! Oh, this summer....arrrggggh.
Your garden may not be weeded, but it is still lovely. Enjoy the Canada Day weekend...those weeds will wait a little longer!
If It's green and growing who decided which plant is a weed and which plant is an official plant? I want new rules to apply and the old ones challenged. Your weather sounds a bit drastic. XX
I don't see no weeds... just beautiful flowers, a tomato plant and some lovely little statues...The groundhog must have ate them...Have a wonderful Canada Day weekend Cat!Susan x
Magnifiques tes photos Catherine. Chez moi ce matin il y a eu des orages. Bon week-end. Biz. CricriCat
Flowers were once weeds too. :) All the images are beautiful and I saw no weeds.
Sometimes I think the unweeded ones are the best.. some of those tiny weed flowers are so beautiful and really smell wonderful
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