Back in the Spring, I posted about rose propagation from cuttings.
Here we are at the end of July, and it looks like 3 of the yellow climbers “took”! There are 2 cuttings putting out new leaves and 1 that hasn’t, but it hasn’t died off. I’m hoping all 3 live to be trnsplanted to larger containers for overwintering. I’m excited to say the least. I’m planning to try more cuttings in the Fall.
We’ve been watching this guy for awhile. Not sure where it’s denned up, but the kitties just ignore it in it’s travels around the yard. This is Grubber the armadillo…he/she is full grown and pretty good sized.
One more interesting garden photo for tonight….
Guess even wasps need to eat. Doesn’t matter that the wolf spider was much, much larger. The wasp is upside down pulling the spider up onto the deck.
And not to be shorted their place in the spotlight, here are the boys…Bear and Blondie. Sleeping and sunning in the light from the sliding door.
That’s it for tonight. Just had to show you the roses!
Susan ~ Patchkat