Summer Blooming Flowers 7-25-2013

Mother Nature is just toying with us now. Although it isn’t unpleasant outside, it’s a tad hot out during the day, but not enough for me to justify turning on the A/C. Then at night, it’s cool enough, but the humidity is still too high to turn off the A/C and open the windows. And I live here because….


Rubus occidentalis – Raspberry
I like mine on vanilla ice cream.


Daucus carota – Queen Anne’s Lace
A bi-annual, NON-native of the U.S.


Solanum americanum – American Black Nightshade


Looks to be in the eryngium family, but couldn’t find exact ID.


Monarda didyma – Bee Balm


Monarda didyma – Bee Balm
White! I can’t even get this at my nursery… Hmmm. a seed retrieval is in my future..


Rudbeckia laciniata – Cutleaf Coneflower
Pretty sure – Anyone want to correct me?


A beautiful field of flowering bee balm and sunflowers.
I was waiting for Laura Ingalls to come running through it! Ha!

Thanks for visiting & keep on planting!

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