Rain Kissed Garden

This cloudless sulfur butterfly was SOOOO happy to hang around the Bahama cassia.

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Oops! Wrong plant, wrong place.  This hibiscus is partially rotten.  It looks much better since being next to the mulch pile, but it’s too close to the gate and has to go.

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20 minutes later with my Bahco Laplander folding saw…

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I will be planting a native elderberry for medicine and yummy treats in the same vicinity, but not so close to the gate.

New and improved natural sandbox with scraps from the city brush site.

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Yard looks and smells amazing today because of the rain.

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Ground cherry looks like a groundcover… (dotted horsemint on right)

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…until you flip it over

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They are ripe when they fall to the ground.

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Yummy!

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Cherry tomato is doing fab.

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Georgia collards are happy. Maypop on the left, lactino kale on right, another cherry tomato in back.

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Baby dwarf mulberries!

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Soggy Sunshine Mimosa powderpuffs.

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