A sampling of some flowers that bloom in June, here in my Central Ohio garden.
I had plenty of deep blue larkspur and mammoth-sized dill that came up in the vegetable garden.
The heat caused most things to go by all too quickly, and we have now entered a seasonal lull in which the container plantings fill in with their annuals.
The heavy storm last night blew over the top heavy Annabelle hydrangeas. I was surprised to see them splayed most awkwardly- this type usually has sturdy legs.
|before the storm|