October 11, 2020

At breakfast I can watch robins on the front flagstone outside the kitchen window. The garden draws lots of birds. Hummingbirds in particular find plenty of plants to feed from.

Today was the first Sunday for in-person services at Creekside. A blessing to see half of the congregation come back.

I removed the oenothera from the Circle Garden at the barn having found another “Beach Primrose” at Annie’s – camissonia cheiranthifolia. As I planted, the ground was moist but well drained. In the same quadrant of the circle garden I also planted a native iris – aristea inaequalis, having among other wonderful qualities a tolerance for clay. I added a new feeder to the irrigation line directed to the iris. The blue eyed grass just might survive.

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