The harvest has begun...
as the combines bring in corn and bales of hay are stacked in the 90-degree heat, this came to mind...I hope you feel the spirit that comes from Paul Harvey's words.
A sweet, elderly lady at the nursery suggested this heirloom variety, San Marzano.
Can't wait to try it in our favorite tomato sauce recipe.
|Who doesn't love a volunteer sunflower?!|
Plump blackberries are ready for picking - hint: plant the thornless variety!
I can taste the peach cobbler now...yum!
Limelight hydrangea add a pop of color to a shady spot.
It's hard to find a flower that can take the heat of full sun, all day long...but these zinnias have been fantastic.
I'll be saving the seeds for next year!