I can see this garden from the laundry room which makes wash day a treat. The Poppies match our RED washer and dryer. The Bluebonnets in the foreground are getting a little past their prime. We are leaving them for now, letting them go to seed so we will have a crop again next year. In the far left are Pink Primroses, some of Jack’s favorites. Oops, our hummingbirds have been busy, I need to fill the feeder.
Our Red Corn Poppies are in FULL BLOOM. Yippee! Last fall Jack surprised me by sowing the raised bed on the left behind the arbor with poppy seed. As the seedlings grew we had to thin them so we planted the extra poppies all around the yard. We are now reaping the reward of our hard work. Thought you would enjoy seeing the results. Daylilies will replace the poppies in the foreground bed behind the pot. By the way, the arbor is a 20 foot length of bull pen fencing we anchored with four steel posts. Peggy Martin Climbing roses are planted at the base on each side. The plan is for this to one day be completely covered in Pink.
To see any of these images larger just click on the picture. Enjoy and Hugs, Mikki Senkarik