A beautiful little vignette this morning in fellow Pink Gardens' resident, and friend, June's, apartment. Such a perfectly shaped rose, and the lavender contrasts beautifully with the bright orange zinnia from the cutting garden. The hand-hammered pewter tray adds colonial Connecticut warmth to this photo.
The snowflake-like flower of my Dill plant. Seeds will form in these little yellow flowerets and I'll save them for next year's herb garden.
The late, great, Burl Ives, singing Lavender Blue, Dilly, Dilly. A classic!
This morning's haul! I went out to weave my morning glory vines, they're growing about six inches every day now, and I found all this ripe fruit in my vegetable garden. There were a few golden yellow Sun King cherry tomatoes, three small Cherokee purples (more of a reddish brown with olive green tops), a dozen bright red San Marzanos and a nice, plump green Bell pepper. I always pick some basil tops when I'm out there. Basil is such a natural accompaniment to tomatoes.