My Garden Path started out as a circle around the big oak tree in my backyard. Over the last few years that path has sprouted tributaries that meander off in other directions to allow access to the ever expanding garden.
This cute little sign was made by Darla from More Family and Flowers. It is so fitting for the path in my garden, not the gardener. Take a look at Darla's new website From Our Hands to Your Home - Handmade and Vintage and see what other treasures she has there.
Taking a walk around My Garden Path I can't help but revel in all the summer foliage. Most of these plants will be in their glory for just a few more months.
All the different leaf sizes, colors and textures are what the late summer garden is all about. There are a few stray blooms here and there but most are resting until cooler temperatures prevail.
That doesn't mean there isn't color in the garden. There is a lot of color in leaves of differing shades of green, purple, red, pink and even striped and spotted.
The boggy area has finally lived up to its name. The recent daily deluges are keeping these plants, which like wet feet, very happy.
The path may wander and be a bit unorganized, but it allows a view of the garden from many different perspectives. Thanks for walking along with me today.
(Don't forget to check out Darla's new website. It's a fun concept of "haggling" for your price and there are some very interesting things available.)