Greek Oregano flowering with gay abandon. Photo by Louise Peacock

Just a Few Flowers


So far my gardening year has been super busy and I have barely had time to work on our own garden. I am still working by myself — cannot have anyone in the car with me. Obviously working alone takes more time and I get less done.

So here finally are a few garden and plant shots to share with you. A lot of plants seem late this year.

The birdbath sits on the tree trunk that used to be our lovely red Maple on the front lawn. Photo by Louise Peacock
A few Shasta Daisies put in an appearance, with the Oakleafed Hydrangea in the background. Photo by Louise Peacock
This Rose Mallow has lovely flowers, so although it tends to be invasive I allow it. Photo by Louise Peacock
This bright-faced orange Daylily provides a lovely splotch of colour. Photo by Louise Peacock




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Louise Peacock

Louise Peacock

Louise Peacock is a writer, garden designer, Reiki practitioner, singer-songwriter & animal activist. Favorite insult “Eat cake & choke” On Medium since 2016.

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