"The best thing one can do when it's raining is to let it rain."
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Rainy days then sunny days make really happy plants.
|This Pulmonaria in the woodland garden is so happy and healthy.|
|Solomon's Seal is blooming before it's full grown.|
|Variegated Lily-of-the-valley is doing well....this is the 3rd year and, although its a slow grower, it is spreading.|
|I have such high hopes for the woodland garden to fill in this year....guess I better get going!|
|Everything is so green and lush in the big garden.|
|Can never have too many Heuchera. Before long, they will be ringing their bells!|
|Japanese Painted fern is so happy where I have it. It does get a good amount of sun, which leaves me a bit perplexed as to why it's doing well.|
|I gave all the Blue Fescue a haircut and they are thanking me with wonderful fullness.|
|Here come the Columbine. When they bloom, they really last a good amount of time.|
|In a few weeks my Dad's old hand plow will be nearly buried by perennials.|
|Has anyone ever had Peonies seed in their garden? I am pretty sure this is a Peony seedling. There's another somewhere in the garden.....I couldn't take the time to hunt it down.|
|I'm thrilled that the Kent Oregano came back. It is rather tender and considered an annual here.|
|Hens and Chicks is getting huge!|
|I may finally be having good luck with Bergenia.|
|The Blue Fescue dis reproducing like crazy.|
|I love this rock.|
|More Blue Fescue and white rocks.|
|Minis are the first Irises to bloom.|
|In the photo below, you can see how lush and beautiful the miniature Thyme was last year. I have no idea what happened.|
Today, I'm grateful to God for the good life I have. Each day is a blessing regardless of the circumstances.
Happy Gardening, Sally