Sunday, June 22, 2014

Sunny Sunday Morning

      The weather has been so changeable.  One day muggy, then maybe the next. Then slip in a couple of beautiful days.  Cool, workable weather.  Today is fortunately one of those days.

Sunday morning, June 22nd, 2014
Rose Campion, Forget-me-not below

Di Chioggia Squash forming
Magenta day lily
Day lily blossom on deck
Pink phlox
Stone crop
Stone crop, closer view

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Early June Flowers

      The back yard garden is in full splendor this morning, bigger than it should be from give-away flowers never taken.  For future reference, the bearded iris at the right side are a solid sky blue.  The two day lily clumps in front that could stand even more dividing are solid yellow.

      Here are shasta daisies that grew in profusion from last year from seed heads that were left too long on the major path.  Now it is a major grouping of daisies. The Joe Pye weed is choking out the magenta clematis.  Dig and divide is needed.

      This light purple clematis keeps getting bigger and bigger.  It has made lots of rooted babies that are now available.  Any takers?

      The previously mentioned monster daisy patch.  Available for digging or flower cutting soon for seed heads.  Time now to head back out for gardening.