Still Life in a Time of Drought

Our poor garden is still going even during our season of drought.  The gladiolas have fainted but the phlox and sunflowers are doing quite well.  Black-eyed susans are perky and the birds are taking baths in the heat.  At the birdbathBath time in AugustHere is the proof.

 

Sunflower patchsunflowersBlack-eyed susans near the porchPink phlox in view

 

If you happen to know any rain dances, Ontario would surely appreciate it.  Our grass is crispy crunch right now.  😀

 

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4 thoughts on “Still Life in a Time of Drought

  1. In our garden it’s the squirrels, chipmunks and racoons that finish things off. My husband saw a red squirrel chasing off a black squirrel. Our dog took off after both of them – great drama! 😀

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