Ack! What are these things!
They reminded me of tomato horn-worms the
way they almost completely stripped my
waterfall japanese maple.
There are a couple of leaves left
so hopefully it will bounce back.
I dont think that it has even gotten any new
leaves since I planted it this late spring.
How many years is it going to take to bounce back from this?!?
Back to the topic.
Its 71 degrees out right now
and it feels downright chilly.
Fall is on its way?
My mexican bush sage (Salvia leucantha) is starting to bloom.
I thought I read that the angel trumpet behind it
would be blooming at the same time in the fall,
but I don't notice any blooms forming.
I also noticed one in Mobile last month still blooming
so I'm not sure what the deal is.
Malvaviscus drummondii gettting fruit.
white turns to red