I wouldn't mind a rain interruption but it's unlikely we'll have one until October at the earliest. I hope you get good weather to work outside in this weekend.
Kris, it's been raining almost daily and the soil doesn't dry out during the sunny days before rain comes back so I can't plant anything in the garden... wanted to work a bit in the pond and make some room for the new water lilies I plan to buy but the rain was so heavy! I can't believe you'll have so many dry months ahead, here we rarely have 2 weeks without rain. Have a great weekend!!
Hi, your Camellia looks beautiful! We cannot plant anything due to too hot and humid weather... We have to stand it until mid September. Hope you have good weather, soon!
Keity thanks for visiting! Are summers very hot and humid in your area? Sounds just like our summers, I've read that some areas of Japan have subtropical humid climate, that is also the climate of my area. Have a great Sunday!
we to wish to have some rain my friend!glad you had some!beautiful images!loved the lovely camellia below too
Baili, thanks for visiting! I hope the climate gets better for you! Have a great week!
The Camellia is really beautiful and "she loves to wear diamonds of rain" is wonderfully said.The weather in 2017 has surely had its share of oddities.Have a lovely day!
A lovely rain-jewel encrusted camellia! How delightful that lotus do so well there. Here they don't really get enough of the heat that they love but we can grow them in a mediocre way.
Lotus grow very well here, that Mrs. Perry Slocum in the picture broke through the bottom of the pot and invaded the whole pond, last summer I had to regularly cut leaves because they blocked the sun to the water lilies. I have removed LOTS of rhyzomes and there are still many of them in the pond!