Saturday walk-around

Just some pix from the weekend …

I returned the veggie garden to respectability. It had really gotten out of hand. But now the oats and peas I put on the garlic beds two or three weeks ago look great and I cleaned up some bed that were in ‘weed cover crop’ mode and planted some fall greens. Not too shabby.

saturday walkaround pix

Grass border coming into its own.
saturday walkaround pix

Turtleheads (Chelone obliqua) and more in the wet patch.
saturday walkaround pix

Weird leaflet on a young locust tree.
saturday walkaround pix

Lots of yellow flower (again, still). Helianthus …
saturday walkaround pix

Rudbeckia …
saturday walkaround pix

Rudbeckia laciniata ‘Hortensia’ (Outhouse Plant, Golden Glow). The deer hit them pretty hard this year, for the first time. But they still look OK.
saturday walkaround pix

saturday walkaround pix

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2 thoughts on “Saturday walk-around”

  1. I liked seeing the overall of the first picture. It is an inspiration to me. One who wishes she had a veggie garden but is too lazy to make one. So neat.

  2. I have the laciniata and love them (obviously no deer). They, the Herbstsonne and the triloba Prairie are the mainstays of the garden now.

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