When He-who mows comes out of his workshop,
he gets a view of Knockout roses with Belinda's
Dream and Reine des Violettes on the ends.
The fragrance is the best part. Only Reine des Violettes
has noticeable scent, but it carries on the wind.
You can just see the new tractor behind the roses along the wall of the tractor shed.
Out front, there's more color daily as California Poppies,
Salvia farinacea and Echinacea come into bloom.
Maroon breadseed poppies are blooming with Larkspur and
Violas. Purple Heart has put out new growth.
Blueberries! Grape Arbor and Stick House in the distance.
The second rooted Cycad, in front of Belinda's
Dream rose and a better look at my spading fork.
"Old Gardeners never die... they just spade away."
Thanks, Lenorah, for the new sign. I hope when my
time comes, I just fall over into the compost.
Since I started this post, I've been out and brought the spading fork and posthole diggers to shelter. Thunder in the distance indicates we might get a rain shower.