Saturday, October 1, 2005

Beautiful October Weather

Nearly 80 degrees today and I spent the day dumping more plants. It is supposed to be nice and warm all week. This is very unusual October weather in Northern Michigan. As I am dumping perfectly nice plants from their summer home, I just couldn't toss them onto the compost heap. I decided to take them from their pots and just plop them someplace in the rock garden where I can still enjoy them for a week or two. I just set them on top of the ground behind boulders, etc. They have grown an extensive root system so the soil just stays in place even without the pots.

So for the next couple of weeks I have new things to look at...and you all know how much I like change!


  1. What are the blue/purple spire like flowers in the second-from-the-top-of-the-post photo? Some kind of salvia?

  2. yes, Kathy. It is an annual blue salvia.


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