First blooms for this delicate clematis:
This little white rose isn't even knee high but man can it kick! It was LOADED. No idea what the name is..found it on a street corner hanging over where I could snip a cutting..hee hee.
Gooseneck loosestrife. Don't gasp..I know this one can be invasive but where it is I think it'll be fine. It had proven to be a difficult spot for much else to grow. I love the curved form and tough as nails habit.
Daylily I bought from Rabbit's Daylily Patch near Florence. If it was a named one then I have forgotten!
Another "Rabbit's" find planted last year.
Ms. Annabelle Hydrangea is showing out too. Been planted about 3 years going on 4. Stunning no?
I'll have more to share when daylilys peak and I can get some long shots of the garden . Pretty much a sea of green right now. As long as it does not turn brown from all this heat I'll be happy.