As walked through the garden this morning and talked to everybody (luckily, they haven't started talking back yet), I was surprised at the number of blooms and blossoms I saw.
We've got a lovely bed of
Potato blossoms are really very pretty, don'tcha think? Almost orchid-like. Not really, but kinda sorta.
Truly thought I was gonna lose all my geraniums. I put them out when the weather was still quite cool because they can take a little frigidness, but the leaves turned brown and I thought they were all done. Tough buggers, though, and they've chirked up right nice.
Perky, pretty, pansies. Can't go wrong with 'em.
The marigolds are doing fine, too.
Blossoms on one variety of peas.
The very first zinnia to bloom.
Only a few blossoms hanging on to the Bleeding Heart plants.
Big, bold, beautiful zucchini flower.
It was lack of sunshine (well, warmth, too) that almost did my petunias in. But they've rallied and made it.
The nasturtiums are finally starting to bloom. (A couple anyway.)
And, lastly, the Nine-bark hedge is putting forth millions of teeny, tiny flowers.