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More from the farm

Posted by gardenbug Canada zone 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 26, 10 at 13:37

When I'm agitated, I take photos. Here's a bunch!

I think I'll start with vegetables: eggplant, zucchini, beets, a decorative squash I found in the compost!

Rose hips already!

Enjoying the Agastache

For the birds

Tons of blooms...


Lobelia escapees...

And roses -

The Alexandra Rose

Morden Snowbeauty

My companion

Time for lunch.... :)

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RE: More from the farm

Looks like a lovely day there Bug. Which clematis is that?

RE: More from the farm

That's Mrs Robert Brydon!

Here is a link that might be useful: clematis details

RE: More from the farm

Great pics Bug, lots going on there. I put in Mrs. Robert Brydon a couple years ago so it could trail over the terraces this time of year and it's finally getting some size to it this summer. I really love that clem.

RE: More from the farm

Nice photos - particularly the last one!

That was a beautiful picture of Sarah on the other thread - is there action happening in that belly today that is causing the agitation? Or are there further developments re your brother? I hope it's happy agitation that is afflicting you, not the worrying kind....

RE: More from the farm

So pretty 'bug..but negative agitation is no bueno ! Like Woody , I hope that the agitation ions have a positive charge. Ms Phoebe looks very calm and composed !

Kathy in Napa

RE: More from the farm

Issues around my brother are up in the air. He sees the cerebral aneurysm specialist next thursday. Not much can be decided before then. I speak to him daily and try to come up with solutions centering around a "friend" who is taking more control of his life than is polite...with good intentions but....
I have other things I'm dealing with too. I need to buy tickets to go to Alberta, host a Gravel meeting here, etc etc etc. Find a cat sitter.
It was a beautiful cool day here though!

RE: More from the farm

It is hard to be agitated about family with them far away, but you are handling it well with camera in hand and I am happy to receive.

Phoebe has certainly grown into her adult size! It seems like yesterday that she was a puppy.

RE: More from the farm

Sorry to hear that you are agitated, but its great to get the pictures. You have so many nice things going on in your garden. I especially enjoy seeing your barn pictures.


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