Garden fluff.


Since our spring was so late and cool, things have been blooming a bit more slowly this year.




But no matter when it blooms, if there’s any better smell than fresh lilacs?




I’ve yet to find it.




Though honeysuckle comes in a close second.

This one doesn’t look like much from far away…




But up close it’s pretty sweet.




These Mallow I planted a few weeks ago have quickly become my favorite new bloomer.




Naturally when I went back to the nursery for more they were sold out.

Boo to that.




June in Maine means rhododendrons…..




As well as Lupine.

And I love these purple beauties!



26 thoughts on “Garden fluff.”

  1. Beauiful colors and I’m sure the scents are heavenly! Nothing feels better and more satisfying than looking at gorgeous flowers. ❤

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  2. So that’s what those beautiful flowers are called, the mallows I mean. We have them here around campus and they bring such a pop of color. I love the garden here at work, the landscapers really do a great job keeping it green and lush. Just like your house!


      1. I’ll have to check it out and see if there are any varieties that go to 4 or lower. When I asked you what your zone is, I kinda felt like I was asking, “Hey baby, what’s your sign?” but in a garden-geek kind of way: “Hey baby, what’s your zone?”

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