“Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger; for the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God.”
Happy Thursday dear readers! With our oppressive heat, I am saying hurry up autumn (although I know it is thirty more days)!! We have had several days that the thermometer has reached 100 degrees! There is something about these triple digits that make me yearn for cooler weather. Living in the Deep South, I will just have to wait.
With sprinklers running daily, the garden is in survival mode and looking a little spent. However, the limelights and vanilla strawberry hydrangeas are fairing well in spite of the weather and we are spotlighting them today. I won’t ask you to take a walk in the garden, just stay inside where you are cool and I will brave the heat to give you a little garden tour!
I have returned to the hydrangea farm several times since I last gave you a tour. It is now limelight season and Martha’s are beyond gorgeous! The ChromatiNet shade cloth keeps them in tip-top shape.
Martha has 1,500 limelights on the farm. These blooms will be harvested in September and will make their way to Japan.READ MORE