Word on the street is we have weather on the way. I say, bring it on.
This was the scene this morning.
Generally, I do not care for variegated foliage, but I like this plectranthus very much. It's especially nice under the deck where it brings light to the dark.
Everything under the deck gets by with relatively little water. I used the last of the water in the rain barrels this morning to give everyone a good soak.
I ought to do something about all the stray pots and containers. Too many.
I'm putting off any hard decisions about pots tho. I don't like to think too hard in winter.
I want more places to sit, too. This is all I have left! Well, I can sit on the stairs. A garden with few places to sit is not a very inviting garden. (Not that I ever invite people to visit. But if you want to visit, just ask.)
But ask in April or May when all the little sprouts and seedlings will be more interesting.
In addition to watering the wildflowers, I hope the rain will bring up some more fungi. Oh! That reminds me this year's fungus fair must be coming up. I hope it didn't already happen.
Will the Montanoa grandiflora flowers last until Bloom Day? I hope so. If they don't make it this year, there's always next year. Yeah, I plan my Bloom Day posts years in advance, don't you?
This is where the blog post comes to an abrupt end. I need more coffee.