Walking out this morning to deadhead the daylilies was like walking into a sauna. Hot, wet, and airless. There’s not a lick of wind and I don’t like it. But the flowers love it.
Here’s what my hibiscus did this morning–three amazing blooms.
The blackberries are coming along–from green to this posy pink, soon to be black. I cut them back severely last fall, so I wonder if the berries will taste funny. That’s what happened to my Top Hat blueberries, which are as sour as lemons this year. Might be a fertilizer issue.
The Mauna Loa daylilies are out in force for just another week or two. Gorgeous while they last.
And now, I’m getting out of the heat. I have some writing to do.
2 thoughts on “Hot and Humid Sunday”
Heard a great line on the Weather Channel yesterday, “air you can wear”, and I thought it described that humid, sauna-like air! The flowers and berries are gorgeous. My raspberries look good but not nearly ready…and hoping we don’t get hail this afternoon.
It’s supposed to thunderstorm here for the next five days. I’m with you on no hail.