After a long, thirsty summer, we welcomed a widespread rain last night. It’s been a long time since there was enough moisture to see droplets cling to petals, leaves and even insects. The cooler fall temperatures are also encouraging regrowth. Volunteer dill, sorrel and clover are all coming back to life.

 

Rain covered morning glory.
A rare sight -- late season morning glories covered in rain.
White morning glories
White morning glories make a comeback in the cooler fall temperatures.

 

 

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