Thursday, September 17, 2020

In Hurricane Waters

The Crooked Shed with Voodoo Lilies has stayed nice and dry inside in a very wet year. It is off to a good start. The reset fixed windows in the cabin loft have been staying dry too.

There have been a number of fine cool dry evenings for garden strolling in the last week.

Even one with enough light to capture goldenrod blooming in the shade.

Then some hurricane waters arrived. It's the flotsom I find living outside.

I was confined to the front porch. Yes, somehow I did a whole flat of Angelwing Begonia cuttings a few weeks ago. The begonia gets too big for the house by winter. It needs a haircut before going inside.

I had an unexpected hurricane day off in a steady gentle rain. It felt good. The Tall Flower Meadow bends with the weight of water and bloom. It was gentle with no wind. The meadow will rise refreshed, spared from an end with more ugly leaves. So far.

1 comment:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Lucky you getting gentle rain this time of year. The garden will appreciate it no doubt. Your window fix must have been just right. Well done.