I've been out admiring the flowers in my garden today. As you can see, some of them are a little more "wild" than others. . . .
. . . but they clean up real nice!
Rebecca is posing by a beautiful poppy that I planted and can't remember the name of. I was planning on saving the seeds to share with my friends, but you know how two-year olds are with flowers~
So we get to enjoy it as a cut flower, instead!
Here are some lovely Bright Eyes Flax blossoms. . .
. . . and Shirley Poppies that Rebecca can't reach.
The pansies are still blooming sweetly in the onion patch. . .
. . . And the celery we started from a grocery store plant is growing happily, too (of course we know that celery is not a flower).
The Asiatic day flowers are beginning to bloom all around the yard. They are quite tasty in salads, and we love the leaves in smoothies.
Senora just can't get enough of the garden these days (or is it the chipmunk that resides therein?). . .
And the sunflowers are getting to open their beautiful faces, much to the goldfinches' delight!
Love to you all,
p.s. I just uploaded a video of my lovely self demonstrating what to do with the things you harvest around your yard. Cheers!