My wild flowers are just starting to bloom.
I find this orange one to be very pretty. I'm intrigued by the tiny looking flowers on the inside.
This pink one is just opening up, interesting.
This blue one looks like a little firework (fitting for the approaching 4th of July).
These very tiny white ones look like little butterflies.
And this one looks like a little orchid.
I challenge you to look closer at your wild flowers and really examine them. There is so much beauty in those little buds.
The vegetable garden is coming right along, it is nice to finally see some red tomatoes.
My pear shaped cherry tomatoes are coming right along as well.
I had to remind myself what they were after they started forming.
I recently planted three .60 azaleas. Yes, you saw that right. I bought three 2.5 gallon azaleas at Lowe's for .60 each. I have no idea what color they will be, but in the very back corner of our property they will be perfect no matter the color. And I noticed while I was out there that we need to weedeat around the border of this bed. I also bought another plant for .60 but I have no idea what it is. It just says 'accent plant' on the tag and it has the most amazing peach flowers (only problem is they last for exactly 1 day and then fall off), and today there were not any completely open blooms to show you a picture off.
I planted some additional flowers in my hubbies new front flower bed. I figured it could use some more color until it starts filling in some more. The shrub next to his stone is a weigela and will eventually be 5 feet x 5 feet.
I'm linking to An Oregon Cottage's Tuesday Garden Party, and Shabby Nest