We have a little bit of a suicidal sunflowers problem. I came home one day to what looked like a group harakari situation...
I think that for some of them, the flower had started to grow too fast for the strength of the stalk, so they just toppled. One sunflower remains, and Will staked it today -- hopefully it doesn't die as well. As for the remaining flowers, I snipped them off so all that was left was a little stump. We'll see if anything grows back, or if they just shrivel up and die. Le sigh.
In happier news...
|Anise Hyssop is looking beautiful!|
|The poppies are pretty pathetic, but that|
anise hyssop has just shot straight up!
|Beans! Beans! And nothing but beans!|
(name that musical reference)
(admittedly, it's a bit of a reach)
|Tomatoes! They're even bigger and more|
orange now...this picture is a week old.
oops. shouldn't have admitted that.
And finally, it's kind of hard to see, but there is a brand new layer of grass/sod in our yard. I think the gardeners did it? Kind of random, since the rest of the yard doesn't have anything, but still...cool.