We have some new stars in the garden this week!
Thank Goodness i didn't loose all of my bright yellow daylilies! This one has a very strong, beautiful lily scent....
And the wildflowers i transplanted last year came back full force! I am not sure what these little spikes of bell-shaped flowers are called, but i remember them growing in the shady side yard and along the sidewalks when i was a little girl. They bring back such good memories...I'm glad they decided to stay in the garden.
And here come the purple coneflower! They are as prolific as the tigerlilies planted here. In the next few weeks they will explode with color.
And a surprise guest! This modest sunflower was actually planted by the birds! Some of the sunflower seeds that fall from the bird feeders in the dog's yard, trickle down thru the tigerlily bed and have begun to bloom! Such a nice surprise!
And this morning i woke up to the first few morning glory blooms. I have been working very hard to transplant the old vines from the old torn down fence area to the new fence and it is working!
In a few weeks the whole fence should be covered with dark green heart shaped leaves and heirloom morning glory blooms. The hummingbirds and bees just love them! Thanks for visiting my garden this morning!