This is the linden seedling in the forest garden. Someday this will be the main, full-size tree in this patch. In addition to sweet flowers, it's resistant to wind and ice damage.
Sprouting from the jug is a dogwood. Behind it are two different hostas and the hose from the sump pump.
This is a redbud surrounded by copious catnip. Much of the time the forest garden looks like a giant patch of weeds, but there really are mindful choices growing in there. The dogwood and the redbud will be understory trees.
Here is the mourning dove and her two squabs. Look! They have their feathers now. :D
These potted plants stand along the edge of the patio.
More petunias are blooming on the picnic table.
This is the septic garden.
Coreopsis has buds on it.
This is chocolate mint.
The darker carnation has also regrown enough to bloom. \o/
The grass is shoulder-high in the south lot. This type has open seed heads.
Lilies are blooming around the telephone pole.
Some of the morning glories have survived nibbling.
The wildflower garden has more blossoms now.
Yarrow is still going.
This is rose campion.
The pink penstemon opened a couple more flowers.
The white penstemon is blooming too.
This grass has a closed head.