Things are really starting to pop. Lots blooming and lots more budding up. Be sure to link in with Tootsie Time who is hosting Fertilize Friday today.
The wave petunias are still going strong in the bathroom sink. (edited note) I came home for lunch and this really comes to life mid day. Didn't have time to snap another shot.
Who knew that the deer would attack the neon sedum? Got all the buds from the back of the plant.
I love the color of the sunset coneflowers.
BeeBalm is looking good. Will the deer get the buds off of this before they get a chance to bloom? Hope not. My MM heard that strong smelling soap keeps deer away lol. After the woodchuck or whatever carried off the last soap I'm wondering how successful that will be.
The first few blooms on the moonbeam coreopsis. You can see that it is loaded with buds.
This little beauty is at the side of the house, and avoided detection when I moved everything. Good thing too, because all of the ones that I did move got eaten by the critters.
I love this view that I see every day as I back out of the garage looking back on the side garden.
In the front the Crazy Daisies are opening.
I have to laugh because I'm always saying 'look at all those buds' then a few weeks later it's 'yeah, the deer ate all of the ...'. Anyway, that's my offering for this week's Fertilize Friday. I truly enjoy all the beauty of my yard and working in it is pure pleasure for me.