Larry just got the stones yesterday to cover the dirt from where Heidi has worn a path in the grass. The yellow flowers are the repeat blooming daylilies from a friend. I love them, and our grandson, who is also in the photo.
(This was supposed to be the first photo, but I realized I had forgotten the one of Grandson.) Dame's Rocket with the first ladybug I've seen this spring:
Our son and his son having fun by the flowers:
This is a false indigo, or baptisia, and may be a dwarf one, or else one that got planted by critters:
The amsonia and baptisia are in full bloom, and I saw the name of the yellow flowered herb, but it's not coming to my brain. The silverish leafed plant is a shell leaf penstemon. Globe thistle is on the right.
Daisy from front bed:
Row of irises in back, in front of veggie garden:
This may be the same as I posted for bloom day, in different light, but there are some a little different down the row, with some yellow on the bottom of the flower, and I can't tell now which these are:
These were loaded, and are almost finished, but it seems like last year, there was a second flush of blooms.
I don't remember if this 2 colored iris has bloomed before. It sure is pretty, and Heidi is deciding what she thinks of the extra stones Larry put there.
What a great way to end the day! It got dark shortly after the pics were taken.