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Summer Seed Plantinbg Experiment: Perennial flowers. 7.14.18
So far, so good, but we definitely can't count on it staying that way.
That's a hard thing to have happen. Hope this year is better!
We have also lost many gardens due to heat. Everything seems to get fried, & no matter how much watering is done, it doesn't prevent it. The drainage here is so fast.
Im not crazy about extremes. Summer is so productive and the flowers are so beautiful, so I like that aspect.
Oh the poor things!
Personally, I do not like summer in any way shape or form. Heat makes me headachy, nauseated, dizzy, & the drenching sweating is most unpleasant.
Patrucia, you got that right! The hens are standing around with their wings spread out wide, to cool off!
Randy, cone flowers. There is something called corn flower, I think, but the cone shaped flower of Echinacea gives the name. That's my theory, anyway.
Very unpleasant in my books!
Today was too hot in the garden. 102F. Not humid but still... I did mow in the am, and a lot of watering. Summer's here!
Daniel, thanks for the info on blackberry species. I'm going to look them up. My wild ones just don't measure up.
"Corn" or "cone" flowers? I always say cone. Am I wrong?
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