It's 64 and mostly cloudy. I took a coffee stroll through the yard this morning. Two cups. Lots of new things to discover.
The first picture of the day before the clouds rolled in.
A new petunia bloom. I really like this one.
A new poppy.
Nicotiana in the moongarden.
The direct sown garden with cosmos, zinnias, marigolds, and butterfly host plans near the potager.
Beans, cukes, and corn.
Squash, cukes, beans, and who knows what else.
Cabbage is just starting to form heads.
The violets are taking over on the front slope. Periwinkle that I transplanted are doing fine, mostly.
In the pile of composting leaves, pill bugs are having a great time.
Down the street, the smell of honeysuckle and mock orange drifts through the perennial bed. I wish honeysuckle wasn't so invasive. I love the smell.
The perennial bed from a different angle.
Going to spend some time today potting up my daylily seedlings. Looks like they grew an inch or more overnight. I may try to pot up some more dogwoods too. Althea is ready to be potted. And I want to take some cuttings of a few more things for the cloner. It's still too early for the perennials, but petunias and other annuals should have solid growth on them for now.