Linking up with Jean finally! Beautiful Bloomin' Tuesday Gardens to be found over at her place.
Pink Mexican Petunia
What is this pod on the Brugmansia aka Angel Trumpet Tree? I have never seen a seedpod on one before.
Nasturtiam - Lipstick
Grandpa Ott's Morning Glory
I am not good at remembering the names of grasses. This is in a large container with Autumn Joy Sedum.
You can just see the Sedum to the left of the potato vine below..This area is out of control, well is most of my gardens right now.
Torenia or Wishbone. This had been in my gardens for over 6 years. I thought I had pulled the most of it up, so glad I didn't.
Okay ya'll. My posts have been few and far between about the gardens. AND I so miss it. I have been posting from time to time about my crafts and Etsy Store. I do hope you will hang in there with me as this will always be primarily a gardening blog.
You have read here before about my hip/back/knee issues. I finally have a diagnosis. I have a torn labrum (cartalige) in my hip and a bony growth on the femur head. Femur head is the round ball thingy that fits into the hip socket. The socket is lined with soft tissue and cartalige. Bony growth is like a bone spur. The bony growth has been rubbing the labrum when my my hip rotates causing a tear, severe pain and a huge decrease in my physical activity.
The plan is to have hip arthroscopy on Sept. 20. Full recovery is 6 months to 1 year. 3 to 6 weeks on crutches and then a little weight can be put on the hip slowly over time.
If you know of this surgery and have positive information to share I would love to know about it. If you have negative information I am asking that you please keep it to yourself.
I am now dreaming and rescaping my gardens in my mind as I know I WILL be back out there!