Today in the Garden

My flowerbeds, in general, are still a mess and overrun with weeds, but individuals are doing well!

The Birdbath-Shade Garden (in the location of the former “pondlette”) features heucheras, a Patriot hosta, liriope and impatiens:

The hostas on the back of the house:

The real treat this morning was watching dozens of Cabbage White butterflies on the “Pink Delight” butterfly bush and on the Agastache (Anise Hyssop) “Blue Fortune”:

I’m disappointed with the quality of this video clip on Photobucket, but at least it gives you an idea of the activity around the agastache:

I think the quality is better when it’s hosted on my website instead of on Photobucket. You can click on the image below to download the clip if you’d like to compare, but be forewarned that it’s about a 4 MB download and the clip is only 22 seconds in length:

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1 Response to Today in the Garden

  1. Brandy Gale says:

    How pretty, Sharon! Professor Rudie would like you to know that the Agastache flowers are similar to a kind of catnip that grows up here.

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