As typical in spring, the storms roll in and bring rain to the garden. A little less “stormy” would be nice but we can’t control Mother Nature. So I’ll take whatever rain I can get because the newly emerging garden needs rain.
Below are pictures I took this morning after the storm.
Sedum Bieboldii and Rumex Sanguineus ssp. Sanguineus – better known as Bloody Sorrel
Pincushion and Lemon Thyme
Saxifraga and Sedum
View of my yard
Summer Garden …as you can see, I love a well-decorated garden. I fill empty spaces with rocks, gargoyles and bird baths.
Mosaic Gazing Ball sits among my Coleus and Caldiums