Last Day of June and What Have We Got to Show for It?

Here it is the last day of June. DH weeded for me and cut the lawn. I dug up and transplanted glads, lilies, and lamb’s ears. Of course, there’s more to do, but here’s what we have to show for it:

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Hydrangea has to be limed in our area to cut down on the soil acidity

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Baby zebra grass is thriving though!

 

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Daylilies haven’t been eaten by the deer!

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Knock out roses are blooming their heads off!

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And the geraniums are going strong!

We hope your June was as good as ours! (Hooray for flowers in spite of the deer!)

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Hi! I'm Shenandoah, an ancient gardener, attempting to age in place at home and in my garden. I'm in dream zone 7a able to grow just about anything. I want to help others plan their garden and living experience to age in place and never grow old in their hearts!

2 thoughts on “Last Day of June and What Have We Got to Show for It?

    1. Hi Terressa, Thanks for noticing header — DH did such a great job on his giant bonsai that I had to highlight it! Yes, zebra grass is such fun close up! Thanks for stopping by!

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