This post is going to be short and sweet. It's been crazy hot here, we are near severe drought level and I am completely over it. I've spent countless hours rotating sprinklers around and the weather forecasters are calling for no relief. Also, I had 3 photography sessions for Pamela Greer Photography this weekend. I am usually completely dead in the middle of summer because of the heat, but not this summer! I did a session in a sunflower field that I'll try and remember to share a photo or two next week for Garden Tuesday.
Anyway back to this week. Everything is so short this year. My Sedum Autumn Joy (pictured above) is about 1/2 it's normal height and some of it's flowers are already starting to get their first blush of pink.
Since we belong to a CSA and get a big box of farm fresh veggies every week, I don't really do any vegetable gardening. However, I can not resist planting a couple of cherry tomato plants in some pots. You can always use more cherry tomatoes!