I’ve been soooo busy. Like, seriously. I’ve had my hands covered in dirt for the past week. So, first off, sorry for skipping out on the comments section for the time being. I’ve planted thousands of plants this week, and made quite a few arrangements. Here are some quick photos from this week! Hope you enjoy, and I hope you’re having a wonderful day!
Last year, I tried planting some biennials for the first time. The Siberian Wallflower (orange) started blooming this week. The color is bright, and I think it has a nice fragrance!
The fall (September) direct sowing of German Chamomile also started blooming this week. So cute.
The fall (September) direct sowing of bachelor’s buttons started blooming this week, too!
If you look closely, you’ll see that the agrostemma has started blooming (also a direct sown flower in fall).
The last anemone. This one is “growing wild” in the daffodil bed. I’m surprised that it over wintered outside without protection.
The last of the daffodils.
Look at those cute little chamomile in the background.
The tulips are almost finished, too.
The fragrance of these little tiny daffodils is so sweet!
The ranunculus are starting to die back and turn yellow. I’m going to miss them!
I love this color!