Sunday, 8 July 2018

♪♫♩♪ Everything's comin' up roses

Honey, everything's coming up roses and daffodils
Everything's coming up sunshine and lollipops
Everything's coming up roses for me and for you!

     Songwriters: Jule Styne / Stephen Sondheim (1959)


One of my lilies, not decimated by lily bugs!


There are many berries, too. The honeysuckle, for example. Happy birds and happy bears!


My yucca plant has grown like stink. When we arrived home from out west (June 8), it was about a foot high! It's about 3 1/2' high, 4 weeks later.


This is a plant from two years ago. Not a peony, Yam! Our peonies have had the biscuit, with the heat. I cannot recall its name, but I'm working on it!
 

The petunias are so pretty!
 

Coreopsis 

Aren't they pretty? Lots of variations. 

brown-eyed susan
Bucky 2 had a bit of a feast in the back 400,
traipsing amongst the milkweed and daisies.
We have two of similar size and age, but their budding antlers are different.

8 comments:

Nancy J said...

Oh my, your flowers are a delight. Down here, not much, the daffs are shooting through the dirt, freesias have a head start, lawn is not needing a hair cut so often, and I have been watching THE Tennis!!!

DUTA said...

Flowers of every color make our hearts sing and our eyes open in wonder.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
Pretteehh!!! YAM xx

Red said...

This time of year things mature very quickly.

Denise inVA said...

It certainly is and how wonderful to see the life in your garden, from those beautiful flowers to the deer, to all the other pretty things you share. Enjoy your week :)

Anvilcloud said...

Ah, lilies and those red beetles. I stick to daylilies now. I should be more precise and say that I am referring to Asiatic lilies, like the Stargazer lilies we used to have.

William Kendall said...

Lovely flowers!

Lowcarb team member said...

Loved seeing your colourful flowers.

All the best Jan