Monarda “Jacob Cline”
Easter Lily with bright pink perennial sweet pea
Black Eyed Susan
A very large guest! Must be why I am not having any problems with voles eating the lilies this year?
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oh wow…. I almost had a heart attack, lol. your flowers look great though!
Its interesting to see how far advanced your garden is to mine, here in England. What sort of snake is it? I’ve only got adder, grass snake and slow worms in mine.
Yes. Our last frost is mid March and our first frost is the end of November, sometimes the beginning of December. With the addition of the heat and high humidity, plants grow fast!
I am not sure what he is. We have lots of Water moccasins which are poisonous so I just give him room.
It all looks lush and beautiful!
Yes, we are blessed with wet Springs and Falls and high humidity here in the mid-Atlantic!
Snakes can be a good thing.
Yes! Natural pest control. I just give them lots of room and make lots of noise as I move around the garden so they know to take off!
Love your garden pics! This weather has been amazing and all the rain has really made for a great garden this year!
Love the black eyed susan with the inner red ring. That snake makes me nervous, though!
The Easter lily looks great. It’s a shame that many people don’t realize they can be planted outside-even here in New Hampshire.
All your flowers look wonderful! What kind is shown in the first 2 photos? I don’t recognize it which is odd for me. Echinacea? I too, was thinking of water moccasin from the pic. Were I to find anything like that in my yard I’d probably scream and pass out! lol
The red flowers are Monarda. I don’t try to see what species the snakes are I just give them all a wide safety zone!
Don’t think I ever heard on Monarda, thanks! A good idea on the subject of snakes…lol.
Beautiful snake – and lovely flowers of course. It looks like you are in a cold and wild zone of the world. Great that you let them just get on with it.
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Arthur in the garden!