A View of the Room, From the Room..

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Possibly the best native sunflower – when all the lovelies have past, Rudbeckia laciniata, (greenheaded coneflower), shines.

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Hallelujah, the resurrection lillies have a-risen!

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Awesome Odin, de Jack

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Artist Emily’s photo-take on our place.

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Sunday Paper

Sunday Paper

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Esperanza's Boot

Esperanza’s Boot

Garden Apex in Late August

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Garden produce from two days.

Garden produce from two days.

When the garden is in high production, picking every day or two is pretty much a good idea. This is probably the last week of super high garden production. After two days, a sweep brought in: corn, tomato, onion, pepper, squash, basil, beet.

There’s plenty more to pick and the garden will likely go into October, but this is likely the peak of production for 2014.

Night blooming Cereus

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Once a year, this flower blooms. The night blooming cereus at Allen’s house.

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