Sunday, April 24, 2011


In pictures.

The backyard is younger and will mature over the next couple of years. I'll be scattering seeds whenever they're ready.

Judy, Dame's Rocket has not proven invasive at all for me. It has a taproot and we have heavy clay soil. I did deadhead last year before the majority of the seeds were ripe. I left a few but haven't noticed any new seedlings this year. The white is still the more fragrant of the two. I want some in the backyard next year, so I will leave it to set seed this time around.


Anonymous said...

Much thanks for info on Dame's Rocket.....Judy

FlowerLady said...

Wow, I love what I am seeing there in your wonderful NC gardens.

Enjoy and keep up the great work.


Carol said...

Very lush and green. Carol

cat said...

looks great!

my daturas all came back and also scattered seeds so several are growing in the garden now..woohoo! thank you so much!

it's been awhile but i am keeping up...just been busy...xoxo

scottweberpdx said...

The garden is looking your mix of flowers and foliage...that Hosta is it!

sweetbay said...

Looks wonderful. The cream-colored iris is so lovely.