Echinacea (pink) and shasta daisy (white) are blooming in the white garden.
The allium seedhead has fallen down. That's wild grape in the background.
Morning glories are growing around the support wire. I watered these too. Also it rained a little, that should help.
See the wildflower garden in its full summer glory. :D
This butterfly landed on an echinacea flower.
Northern sea oats are getting heavier.
This yellow flower is blooming in the wildflower garden.
The blackberry lilies are going nuts.
The black-eyed Susans are open now.
So are the yellow coneflowers.
At the edge of the meadow, this Queen Anne's lace is done blooming and is starting to curl up. Behind it is a raspberry cane.
This blackberry lily is blooming in the prairie garden toward the west edge.
These yellow coneflowers are also near there.
This cup plant just appeared this year, near the west edge.
The blackberries are ripening. I need to pick them tomorrow.
This is the cup plant from last year, nearer the middle of the prairie garden. It's budding but not blooming yet.
These blackberry lilies are near the middle.
Here's a closeup. I love these things.
This is a bigger stand of yellow coneflowers near the middle. They're about chin height on me.
Here is the Goddess Garden.