Now that prom season is over, I have some time to take regular personal photos! I was able to walk around the garden and get a few of what's happening right now. We are below on our rainfall, but since the temps have been cool, it doesn't seem to have effected the garden too much. Now, later in the week we are supposed to get up in the 90's with still no rain in sight, so I guess I'll be breaking out the sprinklers.
The oakleaf hydrangea has started to open it's big conical shaped heads. These are gorgeous, especially in the twilight, where they just glow!
All my shade loving plants are flourishing: ferns, coral bells, and columbine.
I believe this is some type of white phlox. It migrated over from our neighbor's yard and apparently likes us much more, since it is every where now! Since I don't think you can ever have too much white in a garden, it is welcome.
This photo shows my shade lovers playing so nicely together. Columbine in the front, next to ferns with oakleaf hydrangea as a backdrop.
Mr. Garden Bunny can hardly be seen between the wild geranium heads, money plant, and Solomon's Seal.