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Sunday, September 28, 2014

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rusty duck

There's a hellebore out here, and a geum.. what's the world coming to!

Lisa at Greenbow

Silly forsythia. Here it is so dry that shrubs are beginning to lie down. I have to water water.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Lisa — ​Spent yesterday afternoon watering and will start again after I have some coffee. Very little rain in Sept. but some is predicted for the end of the week. Here's hoping!

Jessica — I do have a fall blooming Hellebore but it's not doing anything yet.

Erin — ​Our weather has been gorgeous. So nice I just want to sit on the deck and enjoy it. As Mark says, there will be plenty of miserable days when we can work in the garden getting it all ready for winter!

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

Look at that! I think I enjoyed this past weekend more than almost any other this summer. As much as I dislike fall (only because it means winter is on the way), you can't argue with a sunny, warm weekend when the trees and garden are so pretty.

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