|Garden twine washed, dried, not folded.|
If there's no rest for the wicked, what's the state of the average gardener's soul?
This week's seen Freecycling of surplus plants, repotting tenders whose roots slithered into view, training roses & peas to cherish their supports, not checking my pockets before doing the laundry, & yes, I admit it, planting out my French beans.
That French bean impatience alone reveals the state of my soul.
There are readers who'll be glad to know I've little energy left for words this week. So without further yammering, I give you El Punko's photos.
1. New growth on the fatsia.
|Spider web fatsia survived the beast.|
2. Woody strutting his stuff.
|New fronds on the Woodwardia have a nice red tint . . .|
|. . . that fades in close-up.|
3. Blue daddy beginning to open.
|Slightly nibbled hosta.|
4. Long awaited akebia action.
|Blooms I thought would be blue . . .|
|. . . and bigger . . .|
5. Old friend returns.
|. . . but the Carolina allspice just as I remembered.|
6. Another 'free gift' daffodil.
|Day 1 . . .|
|. . . & dust inside the camera.|
|Next day . . .|
|. . . with the phone camera.|
|Crooked cherry now has self-seeded valerian in bloom.|
So there's my #SixonSaturday.
The Propagator hosts this gardening meme.
Follow the link to his Six with a comment section overrun by other SoS bloggers.
And if you have a garden, why not post your own Six so we all can have a peek?
Thanks for stopping by.
P.S. Have I ever said that this crooked cherry is my absolutely favourite tree?
You'd think I'd post its photo more often.
See you next week!