I was all set to write about how I finally used up the last of the Meyer lemons but instead I spent some time taking pictures in the yard. (Yes I did use them up – preserved Meyer lemons. More about that later.) I am happy to report the garden is doing well with not too much help from me. Still pinching some sages and pulling a few weeds, but never breaking a sweat.
I’d be sitting on this bench but it isn’t quite finished. Thought I’d move it outside so the wood could weather in and darken.
Toyon (Heteromeles arbutifolia) berries still holding on – amazing! Nice combo with the Claremont pink-flowering currant (Ribes sanguineum var. glutinosum ‘Claremont’).
Fuchsia-flowering gooseberry (Ribes speciosum) still going!
Potted non-native Agave attenuata in front of deergrass (Muhlenbergia rigens).
Assemblage of “stuff” in front of neighbors garage.
And more stuff.
Sugar snaps in a spider web of jute.
Milo is so happy we are back from our weekend getaway. He didn’t like the rain and really didn’t like being left, but he has a short memory. Thank you, Drew and Alice, for petsitting.