Sedum, red campion, potentillas, grasses and arugula in bloom.
I don’t tend to plant annuals in the garden except for a few pots in key places like around the front entrance. I’m especially happy with the nasturtiums in the planter boxes beside the door! Very Monet.
And the terra cotta pot a little further back….
…. catches the evening light beautifully.
Self-seeded arugla in front of Coppertina ninebark shrub:
with blue veronica, orange coreopsis and white persicaria flowering in the background; silver artemesia to the right.
Exciting! I think this may be the first picture I’ve taken of my new garden where you can’t see soil between all the plants. Things are getting bigger but it’s really mostly about the angle. 😉
Just came home from over a week away to Saskatoon and raspberry shrubs loaded down with fruit:
What a wonderful thing to come home to!
Unfortunately we are in the middle of a kitchen reno so I can’t try any yummy looking recipes that others have recently posted, so at our house we are eating and freezing as many as possible at the moment. But I am bookmarking this recipe for next year:
Another goal for next year will be to clean up the raspberry patch – stake them better and dig out all those thistles…