Well, summer is winding down to almost the first day of fall. I’ve been at this container garden this year since January. Though only one thing in my container garden remains that was grown from seed. That would be my spindly, never having quite flourished, rosemary plant. What is left in my garden are four impatiens that have lasted 3 x longer than any other impatient plant–thanks to fertilizer and good soil. I have two beautiful, still blooming geraniums that look 2x better than they did when I bought them. Usually by now they would have been long gone dead and dried up. Not this year! I have a tree that has experienced sun scorch that I am trying to rehab. Along with that tree is another that also experienced sun scorch two years ago that is green again and thriving. I’ve rehabbed both with epsom salt, tender care, and compost tea. I’m not sure if the most recent damaged tree will survive? Last but not least I have another rosemary plant that is tree like, that I’ve harvested from three times, and I’m currently thinking about overwintering inside the house this year.
Until next time!