Well, my foxgloves are gone... What is next?
A clump of these daylilies, below, was bought for 50 cents at some fuchsia sale. I bought several fuchsias, too!
Below: this is the very first bloom on my new Mr.Lincoln that my mother-in-law, Mary, gave me last spring. Thank you dear Mary!
Silene armeria (earlier posts: What plant is this? HELP!, I lived with a stranger for 4 years... ) is finishing its bright pink show, but some plants still look fresh!
Thank you Jack, my yoga buddy, for giving me many dahlias, including this one:
Rugosa Rose. Good one, but spreads crazily!
These are the beans from my experiment (post Secret Life of Beans. )
Spiderwort and grape leaves:
This annual is a great improvement on the original Million Bells. It has self cleaning flowers that last from spring to mid fall.
Guess what were the most attractive words in this description for me? Yes, self cleaning! Is there such a thing as Self Cleaning House?
I started to put fuchsias in my garden only several years ago.
In Russia, they are grown as house plants.
This shrub rose below, Carefree Marvel, got eaten badly by a deer before I sprayed it with Liquid Fence.
I am so glad it's able to show her lovely blooms!
For me, there is no better annual than a reliable, easy geranium (if to be correct - pelargonium):
The label says: "Bright white painted with hot pink". For me, it looks more like bright pink painted with white...
It has sweet apple fragnance.
For more blooms go to Carol's May Dreams Garden.