Garden Bloggers Bloom Day
You can never have too many flowers.
I love sunflowers.
So do the birds and the squirrels. The sunflower-seed-loving gold finches are here.
While practically standing on my head, I took this picture. The yard is exploding in lilies. I didn’t know I had taken a selfie and until I saw me attempting to photograph this lovely orange lily after a rain.
Thousands of unusual orange daylilies.
I have a gazillion of these double daylilies. Their name is a mystery, I haven’t a clue. If you know, please educate me. I’ve looked and looked.
Yucca Plant in bloom above.
Bachelor buttons and nicotina (L) and Coleus (R)
Did I mention the food garden is blooming and blooming? This Green Tiger zucchini plant is huge, about 4′ tall.
Radish seed (L) from the white icicle radish that is blooming non stop. (R)
Lavender flowers of Little Prince container eggplant from Renee’s Garden
If I didn’t eat eggplant, I would still grow it because of the flowers.
There are many more flowers in the yard and gardens that I would love to share. But I think I better go out and pick the zucchini while it is still small enough to carry.
Get ideas about eggplants on my Pin: Ratatouille, or loads of garden vegetables ready now. and zucchini on my Pinterest sites.
The Tomato Pages here, on Oh Grow Up!
“We can have flowers nearly every month of the year.” ~ Elizabeth Lawrence.
Carol at May Dreams Gardens started Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. What’s blooming in your garden? Share with other garden bloggers on the 15th of each month. Leave a link in Mr. Linky and the comments of May Dreams Gardens.
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