|I love the cheerful "baby daisy" look of Feverfew, Tanacetum parthenium.
|Pink "Fairy" roses contrast with these purple/blue bell-like flowers.
|You never know just where larkspur might decide to bloom.
|Yellow yarrow has begun its bloom and in the distance you can see the pink Missouri Primrose, one of my favorite flowers, also just beginning its bloom time.
|A Heritage David Austin rose is last of the first flush of rose blooms.
|Blue Love-in-a-mist, nigella damascena is a nice companion to the feverfew.
|A beautiful "true blue" shade, love-in-a-mist, nigella damascena, also has an attractive seed pod and self sows.
|Sweet scented honeysuckle blooms by the mailbox.
|Verbena bonariensis is a tall, leggy, swaying flower. It often overwinters and self seeds, a great country garden addition.
|Nothing quite compares with new potatoes, fresh out of the garden and eaten on the same day that they were dug. We had our first this week.