The cool crisp air is here which means it is time to dig up a bunch of stuff and move it hither and thither in the garden. I didn’t do much this summer other than weed a bit and water, water, water so now it feels great to be outside everyday and get the garden back into shape. I’ve also been digging plants to give to my son who is starting a garden – wonderful to thin out some things and to share.
Of course that means there are empty spaces and so the relocation of plants has commenced. I had a helper yesterday…
Dad’s pink dahlia
A bumble bee grabbing some pollen off the zinnias
Double white platycodon
Colchicum “Water lily”
The last harvest from the garden before the frost
I am hoping all the plants that got divided and moved will be happy in their new spots. Time will tell.