The Small Parts

The Small Parts

As you sit in the garden, especially this time of year, things tend to look overgrown or dead.  It’s harvest, but looking deeper, the small little flowers still have life in them.  Enjoy!

This pansy has made it through the entire summer, still blooming.
Pansy has made it through the entire summer, still blooming.
This verbena has self seeded since the first year of the garden.
Verbena has self seeded since the first year of the garden.
This mint has a home between the two, yes the weird two, fences between our garden and the neighbor's.
This mint has a home between the two, yes the weird two, fences between our garden and the neighbor’s.
red begonia
Red begonia
chamomile that reseeds every year!
German Chamomile that reseeds every year!
cleome that also reseeds quite nicely.
Cleome that also reseeds quite nicely.
This fuchsia is from a trimming of last year's.  Seems to have worked out well.
This fuchsia is from a trimming of last year’s. Seems to have worked out well.
johnny jump ups, that jump up everywhere!
Johnny jump ups, that jump up everywhere!
Borage, the bees love it, but it tends to get BIG!
Borage, the bees love it, but it tends to get BIG!
Rosemary flowering, this is first for me to see!
Rosemary flowering, this is first for me to see!
A common occurrence, Che Pug eating tomatoes.
A common occurrence, Che Pug eating tomatoes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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