Thursday, August 17, 2017

Bee Chow

Native pearly everlasting and hollyhock volunteered to make the east end of the garden a feast for local bees. The Queen Anne's lace, too, is alive with feeding insects. These lovely flowers require literally nothing, except to recognize them and edit here and there. If I water, that's good. If I don't water, the seed crop is earlier.


There's a native true geranium that co-exists happily with the others, though I have de-emphasized it this year. Dicentra holds it own and is easily groomed with the mower -30-

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