I am starting graduate school next week - well, technically I already started since we had orientation yesterday but classes do not start until a couple of days from now - and thus had to leave my family's garden in Michigan behind to once again move to the Northeast. My new abode is an apartment in a building without a garden or much landscaped ground to speak of but luckily I have both inside and outside window sill space that should allow me to grow a nice array of plants. In the meantime, however, I wanted to post some pictures of the exciting - or so I think - developments underway in the Michigan garden when I left it:
Purple passion flower (Passiflora incarnata) setting fruit
The oldest of my crape myrtles (Lagerstroemia indica) just beginning what might its best flowering season yet
Japanese fiber banana (Musa basjoo) in its late-summer glory
Hopefully tomorrow I will get a head start on my new indoor and window sill garden before things start to get too busy with classes...