Then I woke up this morning, windows open, to a lovely 41 degree day.
What the heck! This is supposed to be the South! The fact that it's supposed to hit 70 later today isn't much comfort. It's autumn in the South. The whole next week is supposed to be like this - 40s in the evenings/mornings and 70s in the day. Once I dig out my wool socks, I'm sure I'll find it quite enjoyable;)
So, this means that I have to deal with the plants on the deck. I have a number of semi-tropical plants out there, like Swedish Ivy and Kalanoche and Patchouli. I suppose I should bring them all inside, but I already have lots of houseplants. Guess I'll find room!
Another thing I'm not sure about is what plants are perennial in this climate. I love my Datura plants, despite their toxicity. (I keep them on the rail in the back, away from pets and kids.) Are they perennial here? Makes me not want to pull much out! Guess some reasearch is in order:D
Anyway, off to do some work. I have lots of photos from summer gardening adventures, but I haven't downloaded any since July. Once I hunt down the SD cards, I'll upload and backdate them. And for a parting shot - my lovely double-blossomed white Datura!