I forgot the name of this gladioli from last year.
It's cozied up to a couple of tomato plants next to a limestone rock.
This was the first to bloom.
More to come, pretty with Black eyed Susans.
The view from the other side with Vetiver grass.
The Rudbeckia is self-planted.
More purple, Vitex in full sun is blooming.
This Tiger found it tempting.
Flowers and text are from the garden of Nell Jean at www.seedscatterer.blogspot.com in the hot, humid depths of Southwest Georgia where Gardenia fragrance floats on the breeze and huge blue mopheads nod in the heat. Hydrangeas demand a whole post of their own.
This afternoon I planted out some Indigo Spires salvia among the Salvia farinacea and 5 small agapanthus plants between the Duranta cuttings already planted. I transplanted some yellow melampodium from the Purple Heart border. All the Chartreuse alternanthera cuttings are planted.
The problem with being an compulsive propagator is that there are always plants calling out for new homes. I still have Begonias without proper homes. The pink Brug cutting found a home next to White Dawn rose.