September Garden Update
It’s been awhile since I’ve shared a garden update. Due to the heat and drought we had this past summer, there hasn’t been much excitement in our gardens.
The Japanese beetles have been devouring two of our four rose bushes, so it’s nice to see a little left over for us to enjoy.
Patches of grass died, which is fine because we’ve decided to do a little landscaping in those areas with fresh mulch and more ornamental grasses.
The baskets we have hanging on our fence gates continue to do well, which makes me happy.
Our dying birch tree continues to grow more fungus and expand this little fairy environment.
We did some major trimming on a blue spruce tree and our juniper shrubs, leaving us with a big pile to take to the community compost dump. My husband insisted the pile would fit in his trunk.
I think I held my breath the entire way; I was so worried that tarp was going to explode and spill branches all over the road. Luckily, we made it!
While trimming the juniper shrubs, I found this wild marigold blooming. What a wonderful surprise.
After all that yardwork and a lot of homework on my part, one of the last things we had time for over the weekend was a bike ride on one of my favorite trails. I love biking through the woods. Next weekend, I hope we have time to do a little hiking too.
Hope you enjoyed a nice weekend! Thanks for stopping by.