The wonder of the triangle butterfly garden of our cherished Little Bitty in the Syracuse city neighborhood of Eastwood takes my breath away in stages.
In the 7 a.m. pre-workday light, the rush of white from the daisies coming in from the right and purple of the climbing Polish plant taking over on the let sent me rushing for my iPad Air 2.
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My dear wife Karen’s hard work on all of our gardens has paid off again.
In front, the red roses are popping out of the hourglass garden. But that’s not the only eye-catching color as June readies to yield to July.
In the corner of the back porch, one red rose holds out hope for others to join in the budding bonanza.
And soon enough in that terrific triangle, the butterfly bushes will gone to blossom. Then, butterflies will flutter may our lives.
Do you have a lot or a little purples and whites in your yard this year? Is red making a big appearance around your neighborhood? Are you spotting butterflies yet?
11 thoughts on “Now we need butterfly bushes and butterflies”
It looks great!
Thank you, Marissa. I hope LA is getting some water this year, my friend. 🙂
No lately but thanks for the kind thoughts.
Really lovely 🙂 It’s wonderful watching your garden grow each year 🙂
I actually don’t have a lot blooming mid-summer. It’s fairly dull of blooms, mostly a lot of green and potted annuals, until August. In August, all the mums, the hibiscus, and the speedwell will burst open. May’s rains foiled my attempts to till for new plantings, but there’s always next year!
Yes, it’s an ongoing process, this gardening, Joey. Next year will be fabulous, I’m sure!
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beautifully done, and each year it is growing more into its potential – not many butterflies here yet, and there’s been no rain, but i’m hopeful it’s coming soon –
I hope you get the rain and the sweet wings, Beth, and soon. ❤
Thank you, Paul. I nice place to gaze over in the morning.
Thank you, Paul.