I moved a bunch of blooming phlox. It was blooming in an area where I am trying to get rid of all flowers. We are thinking of putting a shed in that spot.
Here is some of that phlox, although not the plants I moved.
These are some of the phlox plants that I moved:
They are very tall - about 4 feet or so. I am quite amazed that they are still standing tall a day after I moved them.
I just noticed that there is a wagon wheel in this garden, too. It's on the opposite side of the garden in in the first picure.
This is the same spot where I moved the lychnis coronaria last week. It's still standing tall, too.
Some plants are so easy to move!
I also removed about a dozen pink mallow plants like this one:
see that little spot of pink way in the back? I am trying to remove all of this plant from my gardens. I thought I had, but suddenly I am seeing a bunch of little spots of pink.
I like the plant, but it's terribly invasive. I decided that I would let it grow in the wild areas, like behind the rockwall.
I noticed that this globe thistle is almost ready to turn it's eye-catching blue color.
I really enjoy this plant.
It does have ratty lower foliage so it needs to be planted where that is hidden.
Here is a close up:
In my walk around the gardens tonight, I noticed that my ruffled pink daylily was blooming. Recently my bloggy friend, Dianne, from Dianne Rambling On posted a ruffled lily. I had a vague memory that I also had a ruffled daylily, but could not really remember. Sure enough I do have one! It's the darker pink lily in this pic:
Here is a close up so you can see that the edges are indeed ruffled:
I guess this post is getting pretty long, so I will end it here. I had more to show you, but I will save it all for future posts.
TGIF! I hope we all have a great weekend!