aloha,what a wonderful tour of your garden, i love all colors, but that cool pansy in the end was unusual for me :)
Thanks for stopping by!
I loved the bee/flower pictures. I am still working on that aspect of photography. I have that petunia also. What I don't have is a lime tree-impossible in upstate New York. Happy GBBD.
The bees very helpfully held still for me. And the lime tree goes inside in the winter!
Love those petunias, but I fear Ben would not.
Maybe you could sneak a few in while he's not looking? :)
Thanks for letting me have a stroll around your garden, my first visit. Loved the colour of the dahlia and the wild and wacky petunia is right up my street :-)
I think it's funny that it seemed to be Red Day at everyone's gardens this month, and I only have that dahlia. Actually I have some daylilies the same color, just didn't photograph them.
I have a lemon tree which has gotten rather big. Last winter it was infested with some sort of scale bugs, but now that's it's outside, had several showers and a few treatments with a soap-based spray, it looks great. I think my newer iris got some sort of disease, I was reading about it, and the very, very mild and almost snowless winter here in NH is probably the reason. I don't know if I should just pull them all out and put something else in there. Not sure I want to try iris again, they really weren't as nice as the pictures even before they got sick. But my peonies have been glorious this year, dark and lighter pink, and many blooms. As for the EarthBox tomatoes, they are rapidly approaching jungle status, blooming and setting fruit. Must be the CO2.
gorgeous blooms!! Your campanula looks like mine - I think it's called pantaloons.