July has been particularly rainy this season and the weather has been uncharacteristically dominated by cloudy, stormy days. Thankfully, the many precipitous days have been tempered with those of full sunshine. The extra moisture has been beneficial for many perennial species and they have produced flowers accordingly. Here’s to the blooms of July.
Warming temperatures and longer days bring forth the first wave of blooms. Here’s too the flowers of June.
Coreopsis tripteris – Tall Coreopsis The tall coreopsis is large, spindly perennial with bright, cheerful yellow flowers. This long-bloomer sports…
The mark of a successful pollinator garden is not simply the amount of flowers present in a space but the…
Learn why milkweed species are of utmost importance for monarch butterflies. And discover how to turn your garden or property into a place where this wonderful butterfly can breed.