It was a humid day that made the kinds of clouds that make you imagine you see things in them. These looked to me like a stampede of wild horses.
The old gate that leads to the fallow deserted yard at the front of my place.
This is a giant catnip plant that rooted by my front porch from the seeds out of one of Mister's toys. It has little violets peeping out.
A climbing rose by the house.
My clematis is doing well. It's the first one that I've started successfully. It's about 4 years old. Below it is tansy, which is just starting to bloom. The clematis faces south, and its roots are near the oak rain barrel, because clematis likes to keep its feet cool.
It's been a perfect summer so far at the farm. Not too hot, lots of rain but not too much, which makes it more humid here than usual. Things seem to grow better with some humidity. It's also better for sleeping.