June 2022 more new blooms

The garden is in that late June state when things change every day.

This calendula self seeded from last year, and I am very glad to see it.

The strawberries are very tasty despite being small.

The feverfew is in full bloom. It is such a delicate looking bloom on such a hardy plant.

I love bachelor’s buttons, perhaps because my paternal grandmother always grew them in her garden.

March 2021 Garden Stirrings and Growth

The tulips are definitely moving along.

And the hyacinths are also moving.

The yarrow is looking very fern-like.

The chives are moving along.

Strawberries are starting to send some runners and wake up leaves.
This will be a forest of Bachelor’s Buttons unless I thin them.
The oregano and parsley both have made it through; below is the sorrel returning.
The rose awakening.
Silly kitty being very happy about rolling around on her back.
And here is a surprise bowl of sprouting plants that I found when I went out to collect my laundry from the line. A lovely neighbor left them for me.