tiger-lily-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-photo-linda-wiggen-kraft-blogI finished the crazy garden planting time a few weeks ago.

Somehow in all the busyness surrounded by flowers,  I didn’t make time to take photos.

A few weeks ago, I took photos of what was blooming in my garden.

pink-asiatic-lillies-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-photo-linda-wiggen-kraft-blogLots of lilies. Asiatic are beautiful, but aren’t fragrant.



regal-lily-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-photo-linda-wiggen-kraft-blogRegal lilly. Tall, beautiful and fills the night air with lovely fragrance.



The first sunflowers. The goldfinches have shown up, now that the sunflowers are blooming.


bees-echinacea-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-photo-linda-wiggen-kraft-blogThe bees love the purple coneflower.


garlic-seed-heads-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-photo-linda-wiggen-kraft-blogGarlic seed heads.


easy-does-it-roses-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-photo-linda-wiggen-kraft-blogMy favorite rose – Easy Does It.


daylily-deep-pink-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-photo-linda-wiggen-kraft-blogReblooming daylily – can’t remember the name.


prairie-dock-blog-creativity-for-the-soul-photo-linda-wiggen-kraft-blogSoon to bloom – Prairie Dock perennial native from the midwest (silphium terebinthinaceum).  The reason for this plant in my garden is the large leaves. These leaves balance the small often ferny leaves of most plants. A few years ago I read a British garden blog raving about the leaves of this plant.

More garden photos coming soon.





2 Responses to In My Garden

  1. Linda Massie says:

    Dear Linda Your garden photos are beautiful. Our gardens change so quickly so it’s nice that you found the time to take photos and share them with us. I especially like the re-blooming day lily. The inner yellow part of the lily is such a vibrant color. It reminded me of the vibrant color I like to use in my Mandalas. Have a great day. Beauty is everywhere.

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