Home for lunch, and I took my camera out into the garden as I do every day. I managed to snap a few pictures before the rain started again. It's been on and off all day. The sun comes out, it rains, the sun comes back out, it rains again. At 75 degrees, this 94% humidity is killing me. The plants seem to love it.
The "orange" hybrid tea rose.
Lemon mint mondara is just starting to bloom. Wintersown, this plant has grown to nearly 4' tall.
Another variety of poppy is starting to crack. I hope it's open by tomorrow morning.
My first real zinnia. Kinda small, isn't it?
And more rain in the forecast through Friday night.
Yesterday I took cuttings from a rose bush in the backyard of a neighbor.
If it reblooms, it's most likely New Dawn. I hope it reblooms this summer. I've never noticed it before, but I don't go gallivanting through this backyard often.
I've also got pineapple sage blooming, Rudbeckia and shastas that are trying, and a huge bud on a direct sown datura.
Back to work.