Clothe Me O’Lord

If ye then be not able to do that thing which is least, why take ye thought for the rest? Consider the lilies how they grow: they toil not, they spin not; and yet I say unto you, that Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.
If then God so clothe the grass, which is to day in the field, and to morrow is cast into the oven; how much more will he clothe you, O ye of little faith? Luke 12:26-28
I have found more of these little buggers amongst my parsley plants. They have been munching but I don’t mind since they are not harmful and have such pretty bold colors.

Hopefully these beauties below will produce some cucumbers by the Fall.

These Zinnia’s are definite winners in my garden. They are repeat bloomers that sure know how to fill up a space.

The rain fron this past week has washed my pine chips from their beds. More raking and sweeping will be needed to get them all back in place.

I adore the two contrasting picks from these imaptience. These beauties have had mulitiple blooms since the 4th of July.

I finally get to see what was wraped up in this pretty package. These Dahlia’s are huge. I believe that they are the dinner plate variety. There are still many more buds on the stems. I didn’t know what color I would get since I had bought a mixed bag of tubers. I am so glad that they bloomed pink.


My tomato is doing great and after all of this rain we have recieved he has a little…..

Brother…see it their just above the larger tomato.

This is a Dahlia that I grew from seed. I’m sure it will be red.


  1. Anne Fannie says

    Your Dahlias are beautiful Mine are just finishing up for the year. Your Zinnias looks happy and those worms on your parsley plant. Kind of grossed me out. I love cooking with parsley and I don’t think I would want to share my plant with them!


  2. Carla says

    Your dahlia is outstanding! I don’t do well with those, so I always admire others who do! My cucumbers and squash fell to squash beetles this year (I found out to late), yours look very healthy. And your zinnia is so pretty. Pretty colors!


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