Saturday, June 23, 2012

In the yard

It's that time of year again.  The time when the gardens are blooming and the yard is flooding.

There is water in the yard.  And no, it didn't rain today.

 54 cm from the floor boards and you need boots to bbq.... yup, it is June.

 The flag garden.  Everything is green and growing.
 The new flag garden plant for this year - Bitter Root
 Hanging baskets are up.
 Perennial garden is growing strong.  But only a couple of iris flowers this year.
  The ellen snail with its pretty pink petunia.
 The flowers along the fence.
 One of the fence bags.
 Snap dragons and marigolds.
  Inside the greenhouse.
 Veggies growing outside the greenhouse.
 The water garden.
 A little piece of home - lupins.

A new planter for this year.

1 comment:

Kris said...

Wow, bitterroot is beautiful! Also, I like the rice bag planter. I used a rice bag to plant some kale in this year too. Great minds think alike.
The lupines remind me of the kids book "Miss Rumphius". Have you ever read it? We used to call it the Lupine Lady book.