I have to share more pictures of this Clematis, in all its glory.
As I type, nearly all the petals are on the ground from the rain all weekend.
The neighbors gave me a few metal chicken feeders.
I stuck succulent cuttings down in this one.
Here are a few pulled back shots from the wine bottle path, before rearranging the deck, again.
The tree rose is a mass of flowers right now.
These are pics from when it first started to bloom.
I'm losing another Lewisia to rot. :(
It even bloomed as it was turning to mush.
I hung the other two chicken feeders on the fence, along the south side where the bulk of the Clematis are.
One got more sedum and the other got Portulaca.
'Belle of Woking' made me very happy that I bought her last year.
This dang Jasmine.
I've had it since I was 20-something.
I moved it last year because it never bloomed where it was at.
It's got tons of new growth, but no flowers again.
I don't what the heck I'm doing wrong.
This Sage that someone passed on to me last year sure is happy, though.
These are looking back toward the backyard.
The shade bed under the big tree.
The yellow Iris is blooming.
This poor Ligularia is fighting for it's life.
I can't keep the damn slugs off of it.
Another shady spot.
The 'Gloire de Sablon' Currant has quite a bit of fruit this year.
Palm tree corner shot.
Now this is crazy.
A post from 2011 popped up in my Facebook feed as a memory.
Check out the palm in these two pictures.
He was still a baby!
The Astrantia's first flowers.
Somethin' else that got planted this year.
I know, it's a sickness.
A beautiful Peony.
And last, a plant that I love, love, love.
Jacob's Ladder 'Apricot Delight'.
Clear blue skies.
The rain appears to be holding off this morning.
I need to go finish a brick project out front.
Have a great week!