A beautiful bright orange Cosmos Brights.
They do attract a lot of bees.
A gorgeous looking Waltham butternut squash and there are few more on this vine.
San Marzano tomatoes
I made some fresh pasta sauce and it was so good. A perfect quick meal for summer.
I hope to make more this week.
Along the side of the house, the roses and lavender bushes are doing well.
I love lavender and these were started by seed several years ago.
My mini sorbet roses.
Border rose area
Meidiland white roses
clusters of red "carefree spirit" roses
The hydrangeas are still blooming. I see a few more buds on both plants.
I love the way they look at the moment.
Victorian looking with shades of pink, lavender and green.
Here is the hydrangea stem that I had posted a while ago.
This was just a stem that my friend had given me.
It may make it. The plant receives indirect light.
A cluster of light pink and green
The weather here has been humid and this morning we had some light rain.
I'm getting a few containers ready to sow some carrot seeds. I have seen where a few Gardeners have grown them in pots. I think I will give it a try this year.
Have a wonderful day and days ahead. Thank you for visiting my blog.