I Love Delphiniums!
The white Wisteria has begun to bloom and grow up the arbor and soon across the top. The fragrance is lovely! Blue Wisteria is growing on the right side, but hasn't bloomed yet.
The fragrance hits you as you walk through the gate.
The lavender is getting so tall and thick. I wonder if it will reach up to the window?
Our beautiful purple Peony. In this photo they look so magenta.
The Sunflowers are from the black oil sunflower seeds that have sprouted from the bird feeder. The orange and yellow flowers are nasturtiums. The arching branch in the upper-right is our non-fruiting pomegranate, which makes some spectacular blooms.
I can't wait for the Vinca minor to fill in. The Camillas on the left have been prolific this year.
Tiny cherry tree blossoms are soon to be clouds of pale pink!
Our treasured Pink Dogwood, Cornus florida rubra.
Night time photo of the Dogwood tree illuminated by uplights.
Lavender is getting taller. Both kitties are in the window, but the reflection obscures them.
The foot tall Japanese Maple Autumn Moon in its second year.
Sedum Tri-color ground cover.
The first blooms on my Nikko Hydrangeas.
Echinaceas bloomed early this year!
The Yesterday, Today, And Tomorrow plant smells similar to carnations.
Healthy Izo-No-Hana on the left and sickly one on the right of the green pot. (Yes, the hose is unsightly and I need to pull weeds)
Sickly Hydrangea Izo-No-Hana
Sickly Izo-No-Hana. Looks like a Japanese maple, nasturtium, and ornamental strawberries blew in from somewhere else and are doing fine ;-)