It is only when you start a garden — probably after age fifty — that you realize something important happens every day. ~Geoffrey B. Charlesworth
Now how did Mr. Charlesworth know all that? That I came to gardening late and look forward to seeing my new and important thing every morning?
~rain kissed lily~
~watching this one~
Or every evening as in this case after a quick thunderstorm.(Yes, the color is just about right.)
That bud up there with the whacky arrow is being watched very carefully. It is the only stem from the daylilies given to me by my friend Diane. They didn't bloom last year so I have only her word for what they will be — a yellow spider lily with a great large bloom. Can't wait!
Now, should it be as warm where you are as it is here where I am, I'm sending you off to Donna's to *find the wonderful links* she's provided to watch (in real time) some brown bears in Alaska where it is much cooler. Well, I always feel cool watching those bears in the water fishing for sock eye salmon. The best times for watching are afternoons and evenings when the falls are quite active.
Have a great weekend and stay cool now!