Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Garden Tuesday: Drive By

The grass has mostly come in; Ryan has gently mowed it for me a couple of times.  Sadly, there are still bare spots where the stupid sprinkler washed away the seed, so I've overseeded those in hopes that we will be all green in 3 weeks....


And, in a random turn of events, we had a visiting kittycat on the porch the other day.  He did not stay to say hello after I opened the door.

Happy Garden Tuesday, everyone!

9 comments:

STELLA and RORY from Down Under said...

Howdy Marjie. Good luck with the grass. We are having Spring growth here and everything looks great, weeds and all, haha. Hope you are all well. I have a day off today and need to find another good book to read. Also off to find our youngest son (the 6 ft 5in one) new shoes. Tall body and extra large feet so should be a challenge. Take care mate. No worries, and love, Carol, Stella and Rory

Claire S. said...

Looking good, hope it fills in on time. You're all putting a lot into the landscaping for the big event ! Finally got a bit of sewing in, a pair of Jalie Eleonore jeans that I think I'm in love with. They're so comfy !

rottrover said...

Looking gorgeous!! (Remember - we're having a drought!!) We had a stripped kitty visit recently and not he's disappeared...I hope he's OK...

altadenahiker said...

If the Fierce Midget orders the grass to be green, the grass will be green. (It's a lovely space.)

Big Dude said...

looking good

Nichole Burke said...

Cute visitor... and that grass is impressive!

Pam said...

Your yard looks great & I hope the bare patches grow grass for you!

The kitty looks like my old cat Casey... I sure miss her!

~~louise~~ said...

Hi Marjie,
I think the yard looks great! We haven't been having nearly enough rain around here so I'm surprised you have any green at all. My lawn has so many bare spots but Bill insists on mowing:)

I'm guessing Ryan is home?

Three weeks! Oh my, I can't believe it. Wow! Hopefully the grass will fill in, if not, oh well, everyone will be looking at the bride and groom anyway (and of course the mother of the bride:)

Thanks for sharing, Marjie...

Sue said...

It looks good. No one will even notice the sparse spots. They'll all be looking at the beautiful bride.