More Garden Pretties

Too pretty to keep to myself! From our front yard:


Veronica, dianthus, lilies (not yet blooming), columbine, and blooming chives. (That’s a pot of carrot seedlings to the far right.)


These irises aren’t “blue” and they don’t rebloom, as advertised, but they sure are pretty when they do bloom. 🙂



The yellow irises came with the house — up by the mailbox and the original inhabitants of the backyard bed.


Some of the front yard beds. That’s purple salvia, flowering chives and, I think, red veronica. I forget what the white flowers are. They’re perennial.


These beauties made the journey from Goshen. There was quite a breeze, hence the flutter.


6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Eliza Ayres on May 31, 2020 at 2:55 pm

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.

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  3. Posted by Kate on May 31, 2020 at 8:58 pm

    Hi Laura,
    White flower is called Iberia or perennial candytuft in Australia. That is a very lovely garden you have there.

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  4. Thank you, Kate! That’s right. I remember now. Thanks for letting me know and for your comments on my garden. 😊


  5. lol! and garden update sync trains!

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  6. Uh huh! Choo choo! ❤

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