July Transitions. . .

I've been out of state for almost a week and came home to a changed garden! Before I left, we pulled out most of the Bachelor Buttons since they were pretty much spent. We also cut back quite a few of the Black-eyed Susans that were looking a little ratty. That left some empty spots, but now other things are springing up in their place - especially the prairie grasses.

Ken got some great photos of the grasses in bloom. Above is Sideoats Grama and at right is Switchgrass. As much as I like these grasses in the summer, they are even more beautiful in the autumn.

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