The fiery dragon is moving in closer with flames of heat not too far away. Can feel him breathing down our necks. Spring was just a brief hiatus.
Another picture of Eyeliner Lilies. There was a close-up on my last post. I’m so impressed with their height and sturdiness. What beauties.
Also, another shot of the Ditch Lilies with a mass of color.
Grey Santolina or Lavender Cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissus) sports bright yellow button flowers.
A squirrel has discovered the treasure trove of acorns in the yard. The extra large acorns laying on the ground from two Bur Oaks are providing many feasts.
Shasta Daisies are just staring to bloom. Something else that needs to be divided. That’s just part of being a gardener. As I tell my husband, it’s an opportunity to stay limber, busy, and healthy.
The thing about daylilies is just that – they last one day. But they will bloom again and again. The flowers of “Always Afternoon” Daylily are large and striking.
Native Blue Mist or Bluebeard (Caryopteris x clandonensis) leafs out and blooms in late spring. It’s one hardy bush with cold hardiness in zones 5 – 9.
This Yellow Canna has little flecks of gold on the yellow petals.
It’s warm enough for “Bubba” Desert Willows (Chilopsis linearis ‘Bubba’) to bloom and for sweat on the brow when laboring in the sun. Their orchid-like flowers are a refreshing sight.
Hope you are healthy as you survive this isolation time. Maybe it will be ending soon.
“Be more concerned with your character than your reputation because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.” John Wooden