The basement re-org is proceeding apace, and I now have an IKEA shelving unit helping to create some more storage space in the garden area. I’m not quite done with the cleanout, but almost, which means I can think about what I’m actually going to grow again. I had a tough May — I was …
Morngingstar sedge makes a great cut plant in a vase. Bonus — it’s native! Also, now I have little morningstar weapons in my kitchen, which has to be good luck. It’s my favorite grass — there’s a reason why I made a fabric pattern featuring it. Fabric: https://www.spoonflower.com/…/495940-morningstar-sedge…
Annual salvia. Will I remember to take cuttings for next year? We’ll see. (If someone knows exactly when I should do that, let me know? I’ve never done it before.
Nepeta calamintha with bee.
Nepeta calamintha with sedums getting ready to bloom. Great for a dry, sunny spot.
Rose “Neptune.” Not very floriferous, but the color is so unusual and cool, I forgive it.
Another flower I’m forgetting the name of. Autumn perennial. My memory is not working so well today.
“Darlow’s Enigma” rose.
I do like a little exuberance in a late summer garden.
This garden photo’s for you, Karina. Bold as brass, he was. Peach thief.