At the height of bloom are the azaleas and dogwoods. Not much longer before they will be gone. Here are a few.
The first one is a bee busy collecting pollen that Annette captured. She was showing me his hind legs and how they were heavy with pollen to take back to the hive.
My pitiful looking Iris plants. I used to have a black one and now for the last two years it hasn't bloomed. The soil is not right.
I zoomed way in for this one. Just a beautiful tree
front yard against the fence
An area at the side fence that needs tending. These wildflowers are so pretty in clumps around the yard.
I don't know what they are called.
Perfect lavender petals
Here is the large azalea next to drive. This one must be almost 40 years old. It's huge.
Grand daddy's beard, as I have heard it called forever. Fringe tree. Iris's not doing well and need to be moved.
St. Frances is a little hidden here.
Peonies ready for a show.
That's it for now.