I can't believe I'm already 6 weeks into this whole garden series!
Here's some threadleaf coreopsis I got from my mother's garden, it just started to bloom this week:
Dianthus are to the left, impatiens are to the right.
The rozannes are getting huge!
Every day I have to push them off of the sidewalk. They should be easier to train as they get more vine-y.
Hey, remember all those weeks I kept promising gloriosa daisies, and then failed to deliver on that promise? Well they're finally here!!
And you can see the little vincas next to them are finally getting bigger. To the right, out of frame, is our out-of-commission hot tub. Unfortunately it blocks afternoon light, so the set of vincas to the left aren't growing quite as well. Hopefully we'll be rid of the hot tub soon though. Hopefully.
The clematis are getting out of control. I love it. :-)
I don't think I've shared this next plant yet. I didn't know what it was until I came across some for sale while buying a new fire pit cover at Lowe's yesterday:
It's called May Night Meadow Sage, or Salvia nemorosa. No, it is not the kind you can smoke. ;-)
(And if you look carefully, you can see a black and white blur that is Elvis, just beyond the salvia.)
The next area I want to tackle is the fire pit. Maybe next week? (The long wait for gloriosa daisies has taught me not to make promises!)