This was the view from my backyard this evening, after a storm. Lovely, lovely sky.
I had to rip out the old worn out oregano thyme. In years past it was HUGE. This year it was just dead. There was a bit of it left, that bit right in the middle there. YAY! It was Mom’s old thyme, I’m glad it survived. In the pot I’ve got patchouli, to the left is oregano, garlic chives and a red geranium because I could. To the left of the pot is a curry plant, closer in is a lavender thyme, behind is taragon. In front of the dragon is winter savory, on the far side is caraway thyme and on the near is coconut thyme. At the very end are classic chives.
My strawberry bed, I’ve got three sweet little elfin thymes growing inbetween the strawberry plants.
Tomatoes. Well, future tomatoes. 😀
Zucchini. I’ll be picking these tomorrow for dinner. Nummy.
Boysenberries, but for me they’re girlsenberries.
The garden gate, lovely clematis. It blew down two years ago, then I had to cut it back severely last fall. Hopefully in two years it will be back to it’s former glory.
Lemon Thyme. This one is huge and very fragrant. It’s got a bit of vinca growing through.
The Mullien Who Guard the Entrance.