Early Morning Garden After The Rain

Early Morning Garden

Early Morning Garden

Thunderstorms prevailed overnight. At dawn, rain rinsed the everything one more time for good measure, then left quickly. From an upstairs window the early morning garden stood strong, having withstood the winds and driving rain and looking calmly fresh and serene.

The bare spot in the northern border on the right is where I have been digging up Irises in order to remove Spiderwort. There is more work to do on that project all along to the back fence.

Early Morning Garden After Rain4

16 thoughts on “Early Morning Garden After The Rain

    1. pbmgarden Post author

      I like looking at the garden from this big vantage point too. If we weren’t getting so much rain I probably wouldn’t dare show the garden from this view.

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  1. Pauline

    How marvellous to have such a wonderful view of your garden, it does look lovely and fresh, the plants have certainly appreciated the rain

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      I do enjoy views of the garden from the house when I cannot be actually outside in the garden. In some years past the plants were crispy by now, so this is a treat.

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      Looking down on the garden right now as a storm passes through. The meditation circle is full of water. My irises needed to be divided but I probably wouldn’t get to it were it not for all the spiderwort intertwined everywhere. I must get it out. Good luck getting your chores done. We’ll both have to work between the rain showers. Susie

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  2. Charlie@Seattle Trekker

    I so enjoy returning to your garden as the seasons change, it is so beautiful and so special. It isn’t a kaleidoscope, but in that it provides many different images over time it is the same in that respect.

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      And I’m glad to have your visits. I like you kaleidoscope comparison. The garden does change daily and I enjoy it most when I spend time working in it. Susie

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