The hosta in bloom is a favorite for the hummingbirds to visit. These plants do well in the sun or in the shade.
The tiger lily has many stages of development which are all beautiful. These plants do well in complete sun.
This is the old-fashioned day lily. They grow in the sun or shade. When I first moved here, I saw many of them growing in and adorning the ditches.
The balloon flower is a pleasant contrast to the white and lavendar and orange hues of this flowerbed.
My shamrock has to come indoors over winter. It seems to “come alive” with the outdoor conditions of rain, sunshine and shade. These little flowers curl up each day as the sun goes down.
This impatiens plant shows off more flowers than leaves. It does well in the sun. It is an annual.
This colorful leafed plant is a variety of coral bells. The small white bells grow up on a stalk that hovers above its colorful leaves.
This is another variety of a day lily. The true color is a vibrant red-orange. It grows in the shade in my yard.
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photo credits:Wenda Grabau
sketch by Wenda Grabau