Yesterday’s post showed Grenville’s 2012 veggie garden. We also have lots of flowers and wildflowers in the “wildflower meadow,” as Grenville calls the back yard, where he
threw planted lots of seeds last spring and in flower beds in front of and back of the Frog & PenguINN.
All of the F&P flower gardens are low-maintenance these days since we don’t annually replant as we did when up until a couple of years ago and don’t water unless absolutely necessary as in no rain for a week or so. The wildflowers seem to be doing just fine in spite of our
There images are from the back wildflower garden and “meadow” earlier this week. The blue cornflowers have taken over much of the meadow which last year was predominately coreopsis.Not all cornflowers are blue — there’s also white, pink, lavender
Orange daylilies are the most invasive type of daylily and these grow abundantly along roadsides, in fields and in our front and back yards.We have some multi-colored daylilies bought from our local day lily grower last year. They have wonderfully come back in bloom, but I don’t recall their “names.”
Day-old daylilies with color boost filter used in Picasa.
Daisies are in the back gardens . . .
What’s in YOUR colorful gardens — let us know !