Monday, September 12, 2016

Down the garden path, again.

Honestly, I've been leading you down the garden path quite a bit lately. Let's go all the way to the end.


At the entrance, the habaneros are doing really well.


The anemone actually is blocking the path now and you have to go around the herb garden the other way.


The white rose bush is not quite back to it's glory prior to the polar vortex, but it's getting better.



Just beyond the arbor, the Black-eyed Susans have become lazy Susans after a particularly heavy rain.


The white half of the crabapple yields green apples.


and the pink side, red apples.


They're all over the place.


I noticed a bit of red out by the corner of the garage, and thought for a minute I had discovered privet berries, but it's a single nightshade vine wrapped up in the privet.


With a volunteer squash underneath, probably escaped from the compost barrel.


And a single phlox beginning a new colony under the privet.


All with the Populist. .15mm pinhole 24mm from 24x36mm frame.

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