I have been on vacation, so I am a little behind with this month’s post for The Garden End of Month: May. As you can see the Northern Sea Oats are very happy in their spot! Soon she will have whitish wispy flowers, shaped like oats, that float like butterflies in a breeze!
Northern Sea Oats to the Right of the Watering Can
4 Responses to “My Gardens at the End of the Month: May”
I have never seen Northern Sea Oats before so am looking forward to seeing the flowers. Also Oak Leaf Hydrangea is new to me; I think I prefer it to the normal round flowers. What a lovely place to sit in the woodland garden too. Very inviting.
Yes, I have standard hydrangea too, but they bloom in the fall. I forgot to post my peonies, and they looked so nice too! Maybe I will post them as an add-on, or if the picture will work for one of the “photos” of the week, month, etc. I don’t think my picture of them is “Macro” enough the “macro floral challenge.” Really I can only sit out for about 30 minutes before the temperature and humidity are over the top! But, the tables and chairs look nice! How is your garden doing?
Hope you manage to post pictures of your peonies – I love them but don’t have any in the garden. I have been away so much lately that haven’t managed to keep up with the garden and the blog. It is doing well, but I do have a few aphid problems. Hope to have a post or two ready shortly.
Oh good, I’ve wondered what you have been up to!