HOPE YOU ALL HAD A FANTASTIC WEEKEND.
Mom has been home all week sick with the flu bug.
She walked around our backyard avoiding the weeds so
while out there she snapped a few photos of flowers.
We wanted to share with you whats blooming here in the PNW.
Or I should say, look at our mud and weeds patch.
This little beauty is a Fuchsia mom got for 99 cents it is still alive.
This slider is from the dining room out to the patio area.
It gets the most sun so mom placed her pots here.
We have another sliding door in the family room to go out side.
Mom said she thinks this is a day lily,
it was here when we moved in and just about to bloom.
Here we have a dead lavender tree in the black pot. You can you see it in the top center of this photo. Mom still waters it hoping it will come back to life.
I don't know the names of these plants or ivy mom stuck a little purple
flower in the middle for some color.
This little pink flower is mommy's favorite geranium.
We don't know what variety this Hosta is but another favorite of ma's
Boxwood is shown below. We have two of them flanking
both sides of the back door.
A view of our side yard, there are raised beds.
we never got a chance to plant anything as it was to
late in June when we moved in here..
Plus ma was unpacking for 87000 days and nights.
Below is the Hydrangea mom was so happy to get.
It lasted 2 days in the sun. Mom came home from work
one day and it was dead.
RIP... pretty Hydrangea. It is still in a pot beside the garage
maybe if it gets rain water it might come back.
My ma can't throw dead pants away, send her some
power if the plant vibes.
The other boxwood by the back door.
The kitty is ceramic.
Well that's it for our yard................ I didn't show you our dead grass cause it is not pretty.
Mom was shocked to learn very few people in Washington water they grass in summer.
Ma was watering out front one late afternoon then she looked and all the neighbors yards
were dried out too. I guess it's a conservation thing here.