Hmm, coming home to the Piedmont, I just want to run directly into the house. The garden, front and back, is overgrown.
The front meadow is overridden with common milkweed and river oats (and needs a good bushwacking), there are weedy edges everywhere, and my "main" vegetable garden is full of weedy summer annuals, happy for a respite from the gardener, I guess.
I hardly want to venture forth. My gardening companion has mowed. A good first start. He removed the champion-sized pokeweed (the biggest I've ever seen) from border I see from from my study window (the oakleaf hydrangea and butterfly bush look fine). And the giant garden phlox next to my garden shed (viewed from my gardening companion's window) looks beautiful.
So, I'll venture forth and start weeding, I guess. I've ordered garlic for fall planting and yet another sort of arugula (MyWay) to try!