It seems I am on a bit of a critter theme of late. This guy surprised me as I stepped out the front door.
Well, surprised is a bit polite. I was most happy to see its legs.
I'm in the process of taking out the last tomato plant. The others have been out a while, but I left Sungold to continue. The peppers are next. Time to get the garlic in. My order from Filaree Farm arrived so I'll be adding Red Janice, Persian Star (once again), Khabar, Susan D, Georgian Crystal (again) and Sicilian Silver. My harvest here was disappointing and then I added to that by unknowingly leaving some to cure where the sun could reach them...Oh well, at least I have the new ones.
I should be outside working on a few daylily clumps to donate to the church fair. As every minute goes by, I start to think that maybe the bags of books and magazines will be enough....ha. I have three clumps mostly out of the ground but am not too motivated to get out there and clean, separate and tag those clumps...to get them up there this afternoon.
It's times like these that I wish I were a coffee drinker! My Coke Zero is not (yet) giving me that umph I need to get going.
It's official...my last daylily of the year has arrived and been potted up. Really. I am not, not, not adding any more this year.