Friday, July 1, 2011

After the storm I got the garden all cleaned up yesterday.
Cut back some of the flowers that needed it. Sit the tomato and pepper plants
in so they can get full sun. I will put the pepper in the ground later.

The Bumble Bees love the Blue Fortune Mexican Hyssop.


Country Gal said...

Your gardens look lovely ! Its alot of work but well worth it in the end ! I love gardens full of color and different shapes ! Have a great day and a Happy July 4th !

Mildred said...

Very pretty Patsy! Does the Mexican hyssop smell like licorice when you rub the plant with your fingers?

Sunray Gardening said...

It really looks lovely. We love the rain but sometimes the mess is awful, but it sure looks great now.
Cher Sunray Gardens

Lynda said...

You make me sweat just hearing about the work you did out in the sunshine.
And here's another link for you and me - - - - we lived in Dyersburg for three years - - - just about 90 minutes from Memphis. You and I have come close to crossing paths over our lifetimes - - almost together! Isn't it neat the way God brings the common elements in a full circle?!!

Darla said...

What a lovely garden area you have, that hyssop is gorgeous.