This Rudbeckia is a volunteer,the crown of the plant hugging the concrete path at an awkward angle. It will have to be moved this fall, but for now we play it as it lays. Irish Eyes I would guess-and in flower earlier than the norm for this genus here.
The daylilies torment me, and will be the subject of a future blog post as I struggle to justify their presence. Moonlit Madness and Bela Lugosi are seen here.
The first to bloom in my ever-expanding collection of ornamental Oreganos, this is Rogue Valley.
Love this grass ! Calamagrostis acutiflora 'Avalanche'.
I could eat Artichokes every day, but I love this plant so much I decided to let it bloom. Worth it.
The Veronica 'Sunny Border Blue ' that I dug up last fall. Here it is scoffing at my efforts.
Salpiglossis would like it better at the coast , but I site it in morning sun and get a couple months of these color-bomb blooms.
Teucrium tango..'Purple Tails' and the common germander.
Bunny Tails !