Blooming

11 Aug

I’ve had too many yard goats and dogs over the years for my flower beds to, well, exist anymore.  I have two mallow plants growing, and they are considered invasive in some places.

I like their bright color, and they will bloom late into the fall.  It takes a hard frost to stop them.

I still have a lot of surprise lilies.

They’re another favorite.

Even if my okra didn’t produce yummy pods to eat, the flowers are pretty.

I have one or two squash vines that have so far escaped death by squash vine borer.

That’s about all that’s blooming around here.

4 Responses to “Blooming”

  1. Jeanne at 8:04 pm #

    Well, as you say, the flowers you do have are VERY pretty!! I still want to get my hands on some surprise lily bulbs!!

  2. The blooms are very beautiful

  3. janicead at 1:31 pm #

    Our tomato and cantaloupe plants are not producing one thing. Blooms but no fruit.

    • Teresa at 3:05 pm #

      Bummer. It seems to have been a rough gardening year a lot of places.

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