I missed the first Springtime blooms, but here are some early summer blooms which are still going strong. It is good to see many of the perennials planted in the new areas around the church take root and get going.
Oak Leaf and Big Leaf Hydrangeas by the Carriage House
Heather at the foot of the cross survived the winter and is growing
Monarda, Lavender, Liriope, Boxwood and shades of green
Nearly florescent daylillies. Ours don't even last a day because we have solitary nighttime deer which visits for dessert.
The clematis vines at the foot of the pergola have finally begun to climb!
"Five Spots" from the Rectory Garden.
Some Russian sage
Monarda and Phenomal Lavender around the fountain
Autumn sedum and lavender in interesting analogous colors.
Oregano and Lavender
Marigolds and Lavender in complementary colors. VanGogh would be proud!