The dogwoods were in full bloom this weekend. I love the many stages of bloom they go through. It’s hard some years to catch the full bloom stage. But this year I manage to get a few photos of them.
It’s scattered storms today and forecast to storm for the next few days. I’m making this post in between storms while I have electric and internet. I’m going to try and get some blog visiting in, but I can’t promise I will. So, if I don’t visit your blog, Don’t give up on me. I’ll be around when I can.
We had our first casualty in the flower beds. Apparently
the baby bunny some critter decided to eat a marigold and then change it’s mind. The bottom part of the plant is still planted in the ground and I figure it’ll grow back with time.
We have some new plants growing in the garden. The storms will either wash the tender seedlings away, drown them or give them a boost to grow. We shall see.
I have to stop and try to post this now before the next storm hits. I hear distant thundering.
Beautiful dogwoods, hope the storms only make your garden grow stronger & more beautiful.
So far so good. 🙂
Be safe in the storms. E.C. My thoughts are with those who suffered so much devastation last night in Oklahoma. We have a chance for severe weather on Wednesday; hoping that won’t happen.
I agree, My thoughts and prayers are with all of the folks across the states suffering loss and heartbreak from the storms.
Stay safe and maybe this stormy season will end soon.
I hope the storm doesn’t do too much damage to your garden after all the work you’ve done on it. Stay safe.
So far so good.
We’ve batten down the hatches and are praying for the best. 🙂