Black-eyed Susans (Rudbekia) were a friend’s favorite and I imagine he would love this early-blooming variety.
My enclosed sunporch had to come down, which required moving one of my perenniel beds. The daisies got spread out along a side fence and seem quite content.
The purple coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea) that got moved are late in blooming, but this one took up residence among the black-eyed Susans a few years ago (and I forgot to move it–next year).
This phlox had been dwarfed by the daisies when it was next to the sunporch. I hope it will thrive in this new spot with room to grow.
Swamp milkweed (Asclepias Incarnata) is one of the butterfly attractors in my yard.
Loved seeing pics of your garden!
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The flowers are beautiful, thank you for sharing the pics
Thanks, Deb. My garden is doing very well this year, and it is a delight to look at every day.
Very nice, Madeline. I don’t blame you for showing off! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks, Pete. I am waiting for the Monarchs to stop by–anyday now.