|The exquisite beauty of a lily is breathtaking.|
|Somehow I thought lilies would be more difficult than they are to grow. They seem happy in the corner of the garden are beginning to multiply.|
A good rain revives the garden. It almost seems that you if watched and waited for just a little longer, you could see the seeds sprout and the plants grow. That includes the weeds, too, of course. But how much easier weeding is after a rain. Grasp a weed and pull and out it comes, roots and all, never again to infringe where it should not.
|White lilies are stunning.|
|Pink Missouri Primrose are a good companion to the larkspur.|
|Daylilies, both tall and short bloom along with mullein and yellow yarrow.|
|The opposite view of the same flowers shown above.|
|If you look closely you can see a butterfly on the butterfly weed.|
|Lavender has a distinct scent. I've had trouble keeping it alive, but I may have found the right spot for it as this plant has been alive for several years,|
|Lovely larkspur comes up here and there, wherever it chooses.|
|Vivid purple Morning Glory bloom by the patio.|
In the Vegetable Garden
|Last year's onions are blooming. They actually make a pretty nice cut flower.|
|After last year with no homegrown tomatoes, it is wonderful to see tomatoes start to set on. Will we have ripe tomatoes by July 4th?|
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