|Bougainvillea, Daylilies and Society Garlic - A casual bouquet of bloom|
The baby birds mostly grown, the garden crew just came through, clearing weeds and shaping trees.
The Matilija Poppy Romneya coulteri's season of white blossoms glowing in the back canyon is beginning to give way to summer. To understand why this native in bloom causes garden hearts to flutter ~
this close up image by Gene Sasse says is silently. When this bush poppy is in full bloom- it is like the constellations landed and lit up the landscape.
The lavender is pushing through an other round of bee and butterfly enticing blooms. Tomorrow I will sheer some blooms off to flavor sugar for cookies. The orange nasturtiums will brighten luncheon salads with their peppery taste.
|The yellow of 'Graham Thomas' rose keeps this spot from being a snoozer|
The stained glass globe is lit by solar at night and cuddled by a ruffle of sea lavender by day.
Achoo! Most of what you see blooming was never officially planted. Some of it came home as seed stowaways in sneaker treads. Others may never be known how they came to live here.
The daylily are popping up where the borage fell down. Tomorrow I'll pull out the fallen hollow stems of the herb now past its prime.
This bougainvillea is a welcome trespasser over the garden fence.
It links its arms through the kumquat tree, still brimming with plump tart little oblong orange fruits . I took a bag to my personal trainer this week. Why I hadn't thought of it before- I'm going to slice some to flavor-up iced tea and water.
|Look closely- there are 3 bunny rabbits in this picture.|
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Landscape quote from Brainy Quote