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:

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

Baby zebra grass is thriving though!
Baby zebra grass is thriving though!

 

Daylilies haven't been eaten by the deer!
Daylilies haven’t been eaten by the deer!

Knock out roses are blooming their heads off!
Knock out roses are blooming their heads off!

And the geraniums are going strong!
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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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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