Here are your Father’s Day flowers: red coneflower, yellow daylilies, and a butterfly bush.
Coneflower, daylilies, phlox, gallardia, honeysuckle, and hosta
Have finished Jazz, and moved into Classical, the last of 2,023 LPs. Now I can start buying more.
Classical is next, and then I will be able to report how long it takes to listen to 2022 albums.
My toilet is blooming! I found it two years ago in the alley. First I planted annuals in it, but they were too much trouble. This year I got the idea of putting wild flower seeds in it. I put in two packets and thought maybe a few would come up. I was wrong! In the front, the daylilies, coneflowers, coreopsis, and phlox are coming on strong.
So, sue me. I’ve been working in the yard in the mornings before my back gives out, and then, I’ve been transcribing my grandmother’s memoirs that are handwritten.
To honor my 2nd anniversary of retirement, some of the flowers decided to bloom.
More jazz of all kinds. And, the day lilies are starting to bloom!
Slow on the flowering in the yard right now. Much is growing, but the flowers are just budding. Labels are on the individual pictures.