One of two kinds of Larkspur, show with a poppy.
This one is more double, blossoms reminiscent of delphinium.
Single Larkspur with little bunny heads in the blossom if you look carefully.
TAMU calls this one Consolida ambigua 'Bunny Bloom'
Laura Bush Petunias and Sedum acre
Pentas cuttings are just getting started.
A few of last year's have new growth.
Verbena on a Stick and the first Corn Poppy.
Gerbera. Note the hole in the leaf; hail did that.
Poppies failed to make the cut because most of the petals have fallen,
leaving lots of decorative seed pods.
Sweet William seedling.
First blossom on White Dawn rose climbing on a rough cedar post.
My Original Bloom Day post is here: Sparkleberry and White Shrimp .