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Seasonal changes Summer This month in the garden

FIVE MONTHS SEPARATES THESE PICTURES TAKEN FROM THE GARDEN

Where I come from, in Scandinavia, a lot of people has the impression that all  of Texas always is warm and pretty dry.

We are in a hot spell right now, with around 98°F (37°C) in the shade. Some of my plants struggle in the hot sun, while others seem to take delight in the blazing heat.

I just want to show you the contrasts between how my garden here in Texas looks in early February and now in the middle of August. It is strange to see that only five months separates  these pictures taken from the garden.

FIVE MONTHS SEPARATES THESE PICTURES TAKEN FROM THE GARDEN

This is the garden now in August 2016.

FIVE MONTHS SEPARATES THESE PICTURES TAKEN FROM THE GARDEN

This picture is taken at the start of February 2016.

FIVE MONTHS SEPARATES THESE PICTURES TAKEN FROM THE GARDEN

FIVE MONTHS SEPARATES THESE PICTURES TAKEN FROM THE GARDEN

Slightly a different angle, but you can see the ginger plant at the right behind the yellow ornamental grass.

FIVE MONTHS SEPARATES THESE PICTURES TAKEN FROM THE GARDEN

The Crepe Myrtles I planted last year are blooming in the summer heat.

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