Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day - May 2021
Lots of Pink for "Anything Goes" Pink Saturday!
The Pollinator Garden
right: Russell lupine
left top: Firecracker penstemon
left bottom: Rose Marvel salvia
left top: Persian Blue allium
right top: calendula
left bottom: butterfly weed
right bottom: Moonshine yarrow and the first lance-leaf coreopsis
left top: view (with ugly Sunset rockrose not in bloom yet - I think I'm going to tear it out)
right top: Red Riding Hood penstemon, CA poppies, and corn poppies
left bottom: corn poppies, CA poppies, Moonshine yarrow
right bottom: Sageleaf rockrose
Black Sea Man tomato
Onion chives - it's a great year for onion chives! They are out blooming themselves everywhere I have them.
My favorite iris, name unknown
Welsh onion - I originally grew it for the flowers, but now I eat it too! It's a perennial bunching onion.
Rozanne hardy (cranesbill) geranium
Baby Bells™ 'Lime Swizzle' coral bell - the lime green leaves aren't from the coral bell, they are actually lime balm. If you love the smell of lemon balm, give lime balm a try!
rose - unknown variety