Hey Stoma! Nice to see you again.
I can see why you took that pic. Lots of nice, small chunks of wood neatly stacked that I would like to have for the firepit instead of those big chunks.
Think of all the chopping involved.
JJH link reads: b]"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow."
Thanks for the links peanut. As far as the crape myrtle shrubs, they're just so heavy w/bloom this year. Will cut the stems/blooms off as I usually do. Not much else can be done, I don't think. Have a small crape myrtle tree a few years that has never bloomed. Think I might actually get some coral blooms this year. If so, will celebrate...may even post a pic. Lost the tag (dang), but if it's coral it's Tuscarora which is what I wanted for year 'round interest.
Little Fonzie does resemble a stuffed animal that would squeak if you pressed on his tummy!
Picked up some Mums to plant when it cools down some for Fall color. Hate to get too ahead of myself.
So far I have gotten 2 ripe grape tomatoes (yes, you read that right, two
) + 2 more turning + a handful of strawberries every few days. First year on the berries, should bear more next year. Planted late after my grandson left end of June. Mobile garden handy for moving to the sun as the days get shorter.
Lee, I was hoping you would post pic of your eggplant...& where's Stu?!
Thanks to those that shared. Nice diversion from some of the harsh realities we face here on CT.