In the Garden

{images of my garden}

Well, the crazy rain has subsided, but the weather is still chilly for july, which nips the growing season in New England. My gardens are like jungles from all the rain. The elephant ear hostas ear almost as big as my house. I found one ripe-ish tomato today, which is truly a miracle. Luckily I am so wrapped up in my children's sports that I am not worrying too much about the gardens.

The little growth of PI along my driveway has me spooked though. I get it by just looking at it. I wish the skunk that sprays the neighborhood everynight would catch some. Perhaps after one spray the neighbors would learn to let their dogs out before dark. At least the barking has subsided and the crickets and frogs can be heard.

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