Thursday, June 8, 2023


 When June comes the garden
has left spring flowers behind
and as the temps rise, everything
changes in the garden.

Our state is officially in
a drought which is very

I love Silver 
for my bouquets:

We have spent the last 2 days 
getting ready for our subdivision
yard sale.  This is not my
favorite thing to do.

We have this Lunaria money plant 
every year but the bank never wants
 to exchange the
coins for us:

I hope your weekend
is a delight!


Deanna Rabe said...

We need rain too!

My roses have been amazing this year, and my poppies are blooming now. I'm not seeing any of my hollyhocks yet. I love seeing yours!

Lynn and Precious said...

your flowers are amazing. The money plant takes me back 60 years to both my grandmothers grew them and I loved having extra money! Up here our rain has also stopped and praying they are right about Sunday nights chance of rain. It's been a few years since we did our last yard sale, and even though we have more to get rid of , I don't plan a sale at this time. Too much aggravation.

Tammy H said...

Gorgeous hollyhocks in your summer garden. It's been wet this year in Colorado Springs with afternoon showers so the reverse of your area. Our daughters are diligently creating a cottage garden retreat in their backyard... so fun to see their efforts taking root.

Louca por porcelana said...

Wonderful garden! Blessings.

The Charm of Home said...

Your garden is always gorgeous! I have grown hollyhock from seed this year and it will be back next year hopefully. I have started a little English garden area and it will be at it's best next year. I also added delphinum and foxglove. I have never grow these before. Your garden is an inspiration!

Rosemary said...

Love the arrival of your blossoming garden! Welcome spring and summer!
We are hoping for rain here, too.