Welcome Friends and thanks for stopping by to see what is blooming or growing in my yard.
Here it is the middle of August and I'm happy to say my mini-pumpkin vines are blooming.
This is my first year to plant mini-pumpkins so I'm really excited to see that I now have some actual mini-pumpkins growing on the vines.
Our tomato plants are still blooming. We planted Big Boy and Better Boys just like my Dad always planted.
Although we only planted 5 tomato plants, we have been getting lots of tomatoes and more coming.
That's about it for my farming skills so on now to some flowers blooming in the yard.
Blooming below are: purple coneflower, black-eyed Susans, purple verbena, and wild Jewell Weed. The Jewell Weed is growing wild at the back of our property. They say it is nature's cure for poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac.
The crepe myrtles and hydrangeas are just stunning.
My "little lime" hydrangea did produce some beautiful blooms. This was the second year for this dwarf hydrangea.
The elephant ears have gone crazy and many are really as big as an elephant's ear.
Giving a nod to fall, I'll share a some fallish color from my yard with you.
I am so thankful to have flowers blooming and plants growing in my yard.
Thanks for stopping by - Judy.
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