Yesterday I showed the "ugly" in my garden. Today I'll show some of the "pretty".
There must be a thousand buds on the yellow lilies this year.
Blossoms on the potato plants are always a welcome sight. I felt around underneath this plant and found a potato the size of a hen's egg, so it won't be long now!
Carrots, cabbage, celery, beans, peppers, peas, squash, radishes, cantaloupe, corn, basil, strawberries, raspberries, beets, spinach, onions, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, garlic, parsley, marigolds, allysum, Sweet Williams, zinnias, cone flowers, Shasta daisies, hollyhocks, lilies, Johnny Jump Ups, morning glory, sweet peas......there's a lot going on in the north garden!
Another view of the north garden, from inside the kennel garden.
I never get tired of looking at the east garden, with its potatoes, onions, chives and flowers. I reached over the fence and pulled the neighbor's 3' tall milkweeds today, then took scissors and cut the tops off of her 4' high grass that was going to seed. I hope she notices.