August continues sunny and oh so beautiful, even so that I don’t complain about
the lack of rain. I have divided perennials and replanted some plants to a better spot.
I know, I am early. But this job is much nicer to do now in shorts and top than in the autumn rains.
Here some blues & whites blooming now.
Aconitum lycoctonum subsp. neapolitanum, Veronica longifolia & phlox.
The bees love Veronicastrum virginicum even if the blooming is almost over.
The blooming of hemerocallis is almost over. I hesitated with the name of this beautiful
brownish red one. It is Sammy Russel!
Echinops sphaerocephalus / Great globe-thistle grows on a sunny & dry spot.
It is 150 cm high!
We have a tiny, tiny woods near one property border.
I made a path for me and the kitties to walk and shall plant groundgovers & other plants.
Let’s consider this as a before photo, next summer I will show how it looks after.
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