Walking around town this week, I found this melon-colored Hibiscus, freshly planted in a container in front of one of our town's nicest restaurants.
In town, also, are these Impatiens and mini Wave Petunias.
This hot pink peony is planted near the Guilford Green.
One of my pale blue bearded Iris, just after a rain storm.
June's pansy pots are loving their perfect mix of rain and sun.
A pale blue Iris, perfectly formed for today's photo.
The dark burgundy Iris blooming in front of one of Pink Gardens' brick fireplace chimneys.
Another gorgeous, painted flowerbox full of color, in town.
The burgundy Iris take on a completely different hue in the bright sunshine, much more magenta. Their golden beards stand out in the sun, too.
This vibrant, deep red peony was found near the Guilford Green. What a spectacular color. I've never seen such a dark red peony before!
One of my violet-color Iris in the middle of a light rain. No, I really don't know to come in from the rain!
A bluer-hued purple Iris variety is nearby. Those granite slab steps in the background date to Pink Garden's earliest history, the mid 1700s.