|Daylily 'Mandolin.' This was actually a freebie from Schreiner's Iris Gardens with our order last fall.|
It's quite pretty.
|Daylily 'Burnin Down the House.' It looks quite different than I was expecting it to look|
but I'm hoping it will change as the plant gets more established.
|I think this is a Calendula Resina I grew from seed.|
(I planted 3 different varieties of calendula and they weren't all tagged.)
|Our Pacific Iris 'Canyon Snow' has given us a second round of flowers.|
|Viola 'Orange Sun' I grew from seed.|
|This Jimi's Purple Haze Poppy is really tall. When I bought it in spring,|
I didn't realize this variety was an annual. Luckily, it was inexpensive and
maybe we'll be able to grow more from the seeds I'm planning to collect.
|The flowers on our Spirea Douglasii are finally open and the bees are ecstatic.|
They appear almost drunk with pleasure when they're crawling around on it.
|Cornflowers 'Black Gem' I grew from seed. They have tall and floppy stalks but the flowers are quite lovely.|
|I can't believe how large this Heuchera 'Peach Flambe' has grown.|
It was a tiny 1.5" plug when I bought it just over a month ago.
You've got some showstoppers there! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
It's not a nice food producing garden like your yard--we don't have enough sun for that--but it is lovely to enjoy the flowers.Delete
The poppy will likely seed itself.ReplyDelete
I will not mind, though that isn't the best spot for it since it's so tall. I'll try and catch the seeds and sprinkle them in a better spot.Delete