Just look at my rapidly growing sweet potato vine. I typically buy the chartreuse and purple sweet potato vine every spring. They are cheap and grow through fall.
The vines grow like crazy if you don’t snip them every now and then.
The wild purple morning glories that spring up here and there every year have about taken over the fence. Below is the English Ivy I planted a few years ago, hoping for more privacy by the alley.
Above are the other morning glories I planted by the French doors. I love looking out while I’m eating and seeing this delicate pretties.
Hard for me to believe that I purchased this one plant with purple flowers and it grew this big. (I’m blocking on the name of the plant. Can someone tell me what it is?)
I’d never planted it before, but I love it so will look for it next year.
I’m still getting my money’s worth out of the yellow/gold zinnia seeds I planted. The purple ones that were tall have already faded away.
There are still buds on this plant so I can be assured of at least a few more flowers.
I wonder if they could reseed here for next year? Does anyone know much about zinnia reseeding?
I’ve never planted them in this blue container garden before. But other plants have reseeded here.
Just look at this whopper of a fish Andrew caught over the weekend. He’s straining to pull it in.
He and his dad typically spend Saturday mornings fishing at the community pond in their neighborhood.
A token shot of Ivy…
One of you mentioned in the comments the side effects of restlessness in the drug Theophylline. This is a medication that Charlie had recently started taking for his cough.
I stopped giving it to him once I read your comment.
Charlie has been very restless of late. Can’t sit still. Constantly laying down and then immediately getting up and starting all over again. So maybe this is the cause.
Thanks for the tip.