This past summer for us was extremely humid, too, so I know what you're talking about. But these tiny flowers are so refreshing here where everything is brown (because all the snow melted again).
Yay, finally the post opened and I can scroll. Sorry I haven't commented on your last couple of posts, but they wouldn't open for me or they would open but not scroll. The rosemary will recover. Cut the hydrangeas back if you haven't already!Liri
One year it was really wet here and I had some black fungus stuff on my rosemary and my thyme. The rosemary survived, the thyme, sadly did not.
Beautiful to see the pretties, we won't see anything like this for about 4-5 months!Hugs, Carolyn
Such delicate little blossoms! Everything here is dead because of cold weather, but hey, it rained today, and is supposed to for three more days! We need it badly, so we'll take it! ---"Love"
You have the same problem that we had in Norway last summer!! I hope that the summer of 2012 will be sunny and warm :o)
We have no problems with rosemary here. It takes whatever mother nature throws at it. There is a plant in Willimsburg that is very old! One we have is 30 yrs old! Now the other herbs come back from dropped seed or we treat as annuals. DH is nursing along a small container of thyme and oregano from last garden season.Good luck hope your pretty plants make it a while longer!
Yeah I can finally comment on blogs. I know I was not the only one with the problem.Ann I love to see your garden photos. Gets me through Winter here!
The tiny flowers are so pretty. It nice to be reminded how it looks when things bloom. Sorry about other things not doing well.Glad that I can open your post again.
Jealous;) No really, glad you have some growth;) I am looking forward to the possiblity of having a patio garden this year;)Happy Gardening;)