We have had an inordinate amount of rain this season, and not so much with the hot temps. Some flowers thrive, some do not. Here are a few around the yard photos.
We planted new grasses along the driveway edge. The lawn got beat up pretty bad from all the snow plowing over the winter! I had always wanted to do a line of grasses - this was the perfect impetus. The task next winter will be to keep the snow plow from burying them.
One of my favorite daylilies - they are about to be done blooming for this year.
A garden in process - near the back of the property. Trying to get some height and fullness.
Black-eyed Susans are EVERYWHERE here! And they are prolific this year!
A view down the southern border garden. You can see the black eyed susans with coneflowesr in the foreground, some salvia and that tall green leaf plant is an oak leaf hydrangea. Those leaves will turn to gorgeous shades of pink, purple, red etc when fall gets here.
Hydrangea at the corner of the house.