Can you smell the wonderful fragrances of the geranium?
Close up of my sea of purple. I have transplanted these and gave plants away and so far they have been happy wherever I put them.
If you look off the edge of the upper porch between the holly trees you can see my sea of purple. This was what greeted me when I returned from the lake.
You can see the holly tree's branched on either side of this picture. Unfortunately the flowers did not show up as well but the picture above shows how this one should look.
If you look to the left of the holly tree, you can see my purple clematis has reached the upper porch with its blooms. The fence and straw are where my pepper plants reside. A few blooms and one little bitty bell pepper. Prince gave me those wind chimes one year for my birthday and the sound is glorious.
I have most of the plants so we can observe them from the kitchen. I have rearranged some since this was taken. The planters by the rail going down the stairs to the bottom porch have been put in other places.
I would really like for you to join me on the porch for a cup of tea or coffee because the humidity has dropped like a rock in a pond. We are suppose to have at least three days with that oppressive beggar. It is even suppose to be in the fifty this evening. Glorious weather.
The kitty justice is that we are basing in beautiful weather but we could use a little rain.
Prince picked a quart of raspberry yesterday evening and did not even glisten the tinest little bit. I make go pick some squash. water a few plants and I think I will wait for Prince to get home to go to the berry patch.