Phlox, dame's rocket, baby's breath, daisies, and the dandelions-gone-to-seed.
There's a lot of flower power in my gardens right now and more to come. Do you remember the saying "Flower Power" from the late 60's and 70's? What, exactly, was flower power? I was just a girl back then, but I remember seeing "flower power" bumper stickers and things. I'm thinking it had something to do with "flower children" and "hippies" and such, but I digress.
Look what's bloomin' in my gardens.
Peachy-colored violets hide beneath the columbine.
The last of the iris are showing off.
California Poppies are appreciating the warm sunshine.
Larkspur are in their glory.
You've already seen the red poppies.
I put up a little fence for my peas to climb and decided to put some twiggy sticks around them to force them upward.
The lettuce is growing like mad next to the peas and we're enjoying garden salads and tacos with fresh lettuce almost daily. I'm sure looking forward to adding some snap peas to the salads soon.
The tomatoes are setting blossoms, but are a long way from ripe fruits.
Did you ever notice how hairy tomato plants are?
I like the smell of them.