Thursday in the Garden

Sadly our Agelonia has succumbed to the heat and is no more.

The Superbells are past there prime but the Vincia is still thriving.

This year the herb bed looks pawesome, the Oregano is taking over.

We were pleased our Lavender bloomed.

We had homegrown tomatoes for awhile, sadly they are going away too.

Mexican Tarragon

What is left of our catnip. Socks has been eating it and sitting on it.

Victoria Blue Salvia, it's a very hardy plant that thrives here all year long.


Coral Bean

Goji Berry Bloom, alas it hasn't made any fruit for us.





The Oregano
Fennel

~ATCAD

10 comments:

  1. Too bad you aren't close enough for me to give you some of our nip plants - I've had a banner crop this summer! Even with the neighborhood kitties enjoying it.

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    1. We sure wish we lived closer to you. Our nip never does very well, we thinks it gets to hot and humid here.

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  2. I'm no gardener, but I'm pretty sure sitting on the catnip isn't helping it grow....

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  3. Wonderful photos of your garden! It is nice that so many plants are thriving, even with the heat. Around here we have a water restriction in place, so lots of plants are sadly not surviving.

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  4. socks...awesum job dood !!!☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  5. Sorry about your nip...We do love seeing your garden every week!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  6. Your garden looks beautiful. Was Socks sitting on the nip to protect it?

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  7. We hope you get to taste those tomatoes soon.

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  8. What a great veggie/herb garden you have! Along with all kinds of pretty blooms!

    Its always sad when they don't like the weather...but its hard to do much about that:(

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