This is my oldest rose and part of it was not in good shape after the last several winters. We cut it back in a big way, removed the dead parts, and what is left is thriving.
The poppies were a gift from a friend years ago. They are a bright spot in the garden.
It's steamy in the garden this morning. I took these photos just a few minutes ago. We had a huge thunderstorm last evening.
I tossed the hollyhock seeds around the garden last year. These black ones are the only ones that came up THIS year. I've started to chase the chickens out of the garden when I see them in there. They make a huge mess, and eat seeds, I'm certain.
Aren't they interesting? Very unique color for my garden. I do wish my pink and raspberry colored ones had grown.
In this photo you see Poppies, Lychnis, and Larkspur.
The Black-Eye Susan along the walk way is going to bloom soon!
The Echinacea is right at the garden entrance and is looking good! The finches love these in the Autumn.
The Feverfew is plentiful and will grow in tight spaces.
How is your garden growing?