|Grandpa's geranium is doing well.|
|These guys are popping up.|
|The mint has taken over!|
|Fresh grass clippings added to the compost.|
|No broccoli flowers or cabbage, yet.|
|Tomatoes gave 12 ripe ones yesterday.|
|Love my volunteers!|
|Just to show how green the grass is again!|
|Somehow these popped up despite no watering.|
The drought seems to be easing up. The temperatures are more like August in Indiana and not Arizona. I am grateful for this moderation in weather. As I write, a giant storm system is coming towards us from the north. I am praying it dips down enough to get us.
Next year we are going to concentrate on herbs and flowers for the bees. I will try tomatoes again, but that will probably be the only edible in the garden. I want to start them earlier, too. Who knows what next growing season will be like. All I do know is that I love trying to grow things and part of it is adapting to the challenges of weather. All in all, the garden has been a fun project this summer.