In the compost bin, that's where! My summer flowers were looking a little tatty so I though I should replace some of them. In this first pot I planted Rudbeckia in the back and Petchoa in the front. I haven't planted Petchoa before so I know nothing about it. Everything was on sale at one of our local grocery stores for $2.99 each.
I cleaned up my geraniums and decided to keep them. They have been hanging on a hook on the back deck since early May. They still are flowering nicely.
I purchased these Mums a few weeks ago. They were just buds then so are just coming out now.
In this pot I planted Mums in the back and Pansies in the front. I love purple and yellow flowers together.
A quick trip to Belleville yesterday morning for the new light fixtures for the bathroom. The Soy fields are turning yellow and brown now.
The clouds were beautiful. It looked like the sky would open up any minute but it didn't start raining until much later.
More clouds, more Soy.
The sun rays were poking through the clouds in this photo.
Pardon the Home Depot parking lot but we noticed the clouds were twisting around.
Not a drop of rain fell while we were there. The castle in the background is part of the Reid's Dairy complex where the pond is with all the ducks and goats.
Cooler and sunnier today. I hope you enjoy your Sunday.