Blooming on the First Day of Summer

If your garden is a spring garden, that fades as the temperature rises, you might want to plant some of these for summer color.

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Achillea ‘Pomegranate’

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Showy Navajo tea, milkweed, Orlaya.

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Kniphofia–Red Hot Poker.

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May Retrospect

We started the month with snow and ended with rain! In our drought prone climate, that’s a good thing. Here are some pictures from the first month at the nursery this year. Hope your spring is going well!

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May 1, squirrel in the snow.

Shopping on a cool, damp morning.

Shopping on a cool, damp morning.

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Early on Mother’s Day.

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Shopping on a warm, sunny day!

Shopping on a warm, sunny day!

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New garden boots!

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Persian Autumn Rose

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Audubon Society Spring Bird Count–they always come here to check out the hummingbirds!

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Black-chinned hummingbird.

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