August 29, 2023

A late-summer evening in my friend Cat‘s canyon-side garden is serene and lovely, as twilight hides the summer scorch all Texans are seeing in our gardens right now.

This blistering summer has taught us to be crepuscular, more active at twilight, like deer. Cat knows how to make the most of her outdoor lighting.

And how to bring little garden moments indoors to enjoy in the A/C. 🙂

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Tour several Austin gardens on Saturday, November 4, on the Garden Conservancy’s Open Day tour for Travis County. Tickets must be purchased online in advance and will be available beginning September 1st.

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August 29, 2023

A late-summer evening in my friend Cat‘s canyon-side garden is serene and lovely, as twilight hides the summer scorch all Texans are seeing in our gardens right now.

This blistering summer has taught us to be crepuscular, more active at twilight, like deer. Cat knows how to make the most of her outdoor lighting.

And how to bring little garden moments indoors to enjoy in the A/C. 🙂

I welcome your comments. Please scroll to the end of this post to leave one. If you’re reading in an email, click here to visit Digging and find the comment box at the end of each post. And hey, did someone forward this email to you, and you want to subscribe? Click here to get Digging delivered directly to your inbox!

__________________________

Digging Deeper

Come learn about garden design from the experts at Garden Spark! I organize in-person talks by inspiring designers, landscape architects, and authors a few times a year in Austin. These are limited-attendance events that sell out quickly, so join the Garden Spark email list to be notified in advance; simply click this link and ask to be added. The Season 7 lineup can be found here.

Tour several Austin gardens on Saturday, November 4, on the Garden Conservancy’s Open Day tour for Travis County. Tickets must be purchased online in advance and will be available beginning September 1st.

All material © 2023 by Pam Penick for Digging. Unauthorized reproduction prohibited.

The post Twilight in Cat’s garden appeared first on Digging.

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