We had a quiet Labor Day weekend.
Changing the calendar over to September means
there is cooler weather and more gardening time
on the horizon.
There is a change in the air already, however subtle.
Being able to open up the house sounds mighty good.
It makes a noticeable difference in my demeanor
when it feels like the outdoors is more part of our home.
Here's what's bloomin' at Maple Hill this week.
Eggplant and tomato starts
A friend shared some of her lovelies with me.
The impatiens will go here.
It was a nice surprise to see this native salvia pop up
here by the back door.
jasmine before it is fully opened
These pumpkins got a late start, but we hope they will climb the tepee.
This hibiscus had its first bloom last week.
I'll try to catch the next one!
The morning glory always brings a smile to my face.
and in bloom.
native butterfly vine
morning glory vines
Uh-oh, looks like we've got some fairies hangin' around!
black-eyed susan vine
Morning lady bug! Hope you're enjoying your time in the sun!
Have a fabulous day, y'all!