It’s a snapshot in time. Here’s our garden today, poised to produce. There’s the clematis, finally blooming after all these years, and looking great next to the morning glory. Then the hostas, with a rouge poinsettia in full bloom. Go figure. Next is a shot of the young grapes. It should be a good year, though the peaches and the apples are not looking so good. Dill is in bloom now, the very essence of summer itself, and all things grandmotherly. The acorn squash is looking good, and will look better after tonight’s expected rain. The delicato squash are yet to form. Last but not least is a pot of basil near the door. I can assure you there is no severed head in that pot.