Happy Independence Day, United States! So...when is this 4th-of-July? To start, I give you a red, white, and blue theme.
Okay on to a look at our garden at the start of this month. I've noticed some transition in the garden now. The plants of spring have faded and are going to seed...
Summer crops are coming in...Potatoes have buds, kohlrabi is finally forming bulbs - hope they turn out (I think they're late), and spaghetti squash is starting to take off.
Nasturtium are blooming now.
Some lilies are blooming...these have tall flower stems.
Common evening primrose...these seem to be pretty prolific. I don't know where they came from, but last year we had them. Sources say moths pollinate the flowers and last year I did catch a Sphinx moth in the fall.
Heuchera in bloom.
These started to bloom. I haven't taken time to figure out what they are, but I like them. The foliage has some interest, especially before the plant started to bloom.