One thing I noticed this week is that when it rains, vegetation grows.
That was a lesson almost forgotten in the blistering hot, incredibly rain-devoid months of drought June, July and most of August.
The lawn didn’t grow, the garden flowers barely stayed alive and all the annoying unwanted growth pretty much stood still.
Then it rained. Really rained, like 3 inches, rained; enough to put drought on hold for days, maybe even weeks.
That was all the unidentified woody shrub that…