Jun 28, 2014

Jeff's Garden in June



                            Petite blue Veronica


Henry is nearby somewhere. Jeff is happy to let them roam about except when they are nibbling on things they know they should not. They graze on some invasive bamboo that grows among milkweeds and daylilies on the slope between the house and the gated vegetable and flower gardens. I bet Jeff wishes they ate mugwort and mint too.

Lots of frogs live here with a pond just behind the flower garden. The pond is almost hidden by masses of petasites.

                      Salvia, Emilia and Agastache

These pots of flowers are magnets to hummingbirds that visit each morning and at the end of the day. Agapanthus will join in soon.


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