early summer: poppies, pods, and pink paws
ICOMPLAIN A LOT IN JUNE, I KNOW, and there are a few more days left of what is in my garden the in-between month. It’s the month of pulling spent spring things out and cutting others back; of swapping out pots and impatiently waiting for the new things to fill in; of wanting all the Hydrangea paniculata to come into their own–of just plain being cranky. “But there’s always something to see, silly girl,” the wildest spider ever (above) crawled over and whispered to me a day or two ago. “Open your eyes, Margaret, and look around.” Care to come along for a little slideshow of what I found?
Click on the first thumbnail to start the slideshow, then toggle from image to image using the arrows beside each caption. Enjoy.