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Thanks. I needed that 🙂
My eyes didn’t know what to do! So much to rejoice in — thank you!
So very, very gorgeous! Spectacular sites for my sore eyes (that are so very tired of looking at my fully destroyed backyard thanks to hail).
Flowers are spectacular. But that one lone tomato…..YOWZER!!!!
Here’s to summer 😀
These are all very beautiful Judy, but my fav is the tomato. We’re picking them, but we’re still at the point where they are special. I love the way you captured that little guy 🙂
We have so many tomatoes I don’t know what to do with them. I know, I know that’s a good problem to have. 🙂
We’ll be at that point soon, but for now, they’re still a magic treat.
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So lovely, Judy. A feast for the eyes. 🙂
Well it looks like something survived the heat! Beautiful.
Drought? What drought? Gorgeous in spite of dry weather!
Long-time perennials seem to hang right in there because I haven’t been watering anything except veggies, containers, and annuals. 🙂
Beautiful late summer blooms!
What a great collage! Ah, butterfly bush. I tried 2x to grow some. Nope. No luck. 😣
Lovely blooms, Judy! 🙂
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No words necessary! Exquisite beauty comes through your photos!
Beautiful! And I can just taste that cherry tomato bursting in my mouth all nice and warm. Eat a few for me please!
I wish I could share because I have a definite overload of delicious tomatoes in every size. 🙂
Love the coleus! It’s a shade plant, so it’s one of the few things I’ve been able to grow successfully. I’m amazed at how many varieties there are – just splashed with bright green, red, and purple!
I love coleus and smile every year when I see the various combinations of colors. Then I want one of each. 🙂
What a rainbow of nature, Judy. I love them all! You have managed to save these from heat and lack of rain. I am so glad you included the cherry tomato and coleus, two bright spots among many others. 🙂
I missed this post the other day, your flowers look lovely Judy. I’m sure it must be bee heaven! It is a bit too frosty for coleus here in Canberra (unless they are really well cared for) but they are lovely, and remind me of my childhood in Africa.
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