Friday, August 24, 2012

Another rainy day

between the raindrops I got to take a few pictures. Not that there is much to share around here that isn't waterlogged except the Mandevilla. She has been nonstop blooms.

The Sweet Autumn Clements has just started to bloom the Maypops are getting ripe which I plan on sowing the seeds from
and the creepy critters along with the weeds have taken over everything else. We are suppose to have a little break from the rain tomorrow so I hope to get lots of weeding done.. or maybe I'll keep painting and forget about the rain and the weeds...

Have a wonderful weekend everyone go do something fun !
hugs, Cherry

7 comments:

  1. The Mandevilla is so gorgeous, especially in contrast to the white bench and the birdhouse. Weeds are everywhere here as well. Each year,I think I'll get a handle on them and each year...

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  2. I recognised the Mandevilla as we have one on the terrace for the first time this year and it is doing well despite the lack of rain! All looking lovely in your garden.

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  3. Love your bird condo and the Mandevilla just compliments it so nicely! I haven't seen any Gulf Fritillary caterpillars yet this year. I have the butterflies in my garden so I am hoping they will find the passionvine soon! Hope your rain stops soon before you float away!

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  4. Beautiful shots, I love the birdhouse!

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  5. Your Mandevilla, the bird houses, and the bench make such a nice seating area. Very pretty.

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  6. Beautiful pictures as usual. Your Mandevilla is beautiful. I haven't see maypops since I was a child. After next year's crop I would love to have some seed.
    Have a grand Sunday, Ginger

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hugs, Cherry

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