Cone flowers at the back fence. They are growing and blooming but not very fast.
This is/was a carpet rose near the cone flowers. I say was, because it's tall now. I thought a carpet rose grew close to the ground. So it may be going wild.
Lilies bloomed very well, once they started opening up. The carrot greenery beside this lily is Queen Anne's lace. Nana Diana called it a wild carrot. Jo over at "A Brit In Tenn.", calls it cow parsley. So it is a wild carrot, cow parsley, queen Anne's lace. It did flower this week. In the very center of a Queen Anne's lace is one tiny spot of red...it's the blood of the queen as she pricked her finger. Something I read somewhere.
This is the flower bed we bricked around in early spring. The pachysandra is filling in. I may be moving those grassy blue eye again, next year. Lots of things died out because of the bad winter. Some things are much shorter than normal. While some have grown okay, just not producing as many flowers as last year.
Hope all is going well for you. We had a bit of sun and rain yesterday. More of the same today. Wishing you a good day of rest. XO