I haven't shown any large scale pictures in a while. In summer the garden starts to grow out the well-defined bounds that it has in spring, but I prefer it that way. I have less weeding to do, and a horse farm is not a golf course in any case. ;) I think the wild creatures like it too..
Standing in the middle of the garden east of the house, looking north at the vegetable garden,
big bed, and pastures.
In the middle of the big bed, looking toward the pastures...
the Butterfly Bush is 'Potter's Purple' and the Bee Balm is 'Raspberry Wine'.
Commuter daylilies, Bidens and Amsonia hubrichtii in foreground.
Amsonia hubrictii has the most wonderful texture in the garden.
Daylily 'Hyperion', Monarda 'Claire Grace', Panicum and Hubricht's Amsonia.
Flowering Tobacco that's reseeded for the last four or five years.
Looking back up toward the house...
The house is not crooked, it's the way I was holding the camera. lol But I decided to use the picture anyway.
Thank you to Katarina at roses and stuff for hosting Blooming Friday.