Last week was, again, rainy and pretty cold, at least in the morning. Yesterday was cloudy but dry and today, the sun finally showed up. My first gardening task for tomorrow would be mowing the lawn. The grass is pretty high but it was too wet to walk around and cut the grass.
Physostegia, the Obedient plant is now in full bloom. It is another late bloomer that attracts bees, bumblebees and butterflies.
The leaves of Virginia creeper are still green. It will look beautiful when they turn red later in autumn. The ability to climb the walls come from these tentacle-like structure, the tendrils that hold to the wall very tightly. The tendrils also twine around the trellis and similar structures and so the plant grows up very high.
Picked up the last of the chillies. I put them all on a thread and hang at hand in my kitchen. I love hot dishes and use them very often in my cuisine.