Time for my annual Memorial Day garden photo shoot. What a gorgeous day, my goodness.
This is the last bloom for our fire blight-afflicted apple tree; we’re cutting it down in a few weeks. It sure does look gorgeous against our neighbor’s purple leaf maple though!
My Solomon’s Seal is finally really starting to look like something! I think it will even bloom this year—note the tiny buds hanging delicately, like green pearls, from the stems.
I can’t get over the delicate blue flowers of Jacob’s Ladder.
Next spring, I will need to give away some wild columbine. It’s taking over our entire yard!
Chives are almost blooming, tulips are just about finished. I don’t remember a year when tulips bloomed this late. It was a challenging spring.
Prairie smoke blooming in my boulevard. This plant is really tiny!
The rabbits left us a 3 foot section of grape vine this year!
This year I’m trying a tomatillo for the first time. It’s got a blossom on it already!
Strawberries are in full bloom, but unfortunately rabbits have eaten a lot of the plants.
My neighbor’s crab apple tree in full bloom. Have a wonderful end to your 3-day weekend!