Good morning! It is going to be another rainy week here, but I guess that is better than snow.
In the last day we have received so much water there are ducks floating in the neighbors yard. Sadly when I tried to get a photo they flew off.
The azalea’s are in full bloom and absolutely beautiful.
Everything else is getting very green, and growing wildly, including the clover and ivy.
The ivy is running amok and climbing on the house and anything else it can find to climb up.
Moss is growing sprouting between all of the rocks.
And the clover is taking over the frond yard, which is apparently it is a good thing? At least that is what I read when trying to find a natural way to rid the yard of it. Oddly whatever the landscapers have been using is not working.
According to my searches, clover takes nitrogen from the air and transfers it to your soil which helps your grass grow lush. In fact clover wasn’t considered a weed until herbicides were invented. I guess you learn something new everyday.
Whatever the case the grey rainy days are bringing out the greens, and pinks all over the garden and I love it. I will enjoy it while I can because soon the steamy, hot, heat of long summer days will be here.
I hope you have a beautiful day where ever you are, and whatever the weather.