Serendipity in life and in the garden is a thrill. My pincushion flowers weaved in the baby blanket pink rose, and my purple Peruvian lilies.I am growing more vegetables, like most gardeners in America, and love to mix them with my flowers.I prefer this look rather than stiff rows of veggies- also I have limited space, so this method allows me loads of flowers and vegetables. The Farewell-To-Spring (Godetia ) in hot pink looks nice by my Bright Lights Kale!
Who doesn't adore foxgloves? I have several every year- this particular year they are blooming late and for a long time, because we have had such a nice cool spring.
My butterfly Iris also sparkles with water drops. It blooms on the north side of my house, and I love the way it's foliage is spiky, and the flowers seem to float.
Enjoy everything this fleeting, glorious time of year has to offer. I plan on eating in the garden tonight. Wishing you spring breezes and flowers...