Heirloomgirl. The last photo is a Poppy budding.The veronica is up today.
Don't know why but this is one of the most attractive plants in my garden to pollinating insects.
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First yellow loosetrife flowers are up too. I contain this one.
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Peonies & Clematis almost ready to bloom!
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The purples and yellows always seem to be the 1st flowers blooming.
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Can you guess what type of flower bud?
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Yup, it's a poppy! DH guessed a thistleHeirloomgirl. The last photo is a Poppy budding.
Do you know the name of the plant in the 1st phot? It grows wild in the ditches around here. Hillsides are just white right now.
Really? I didn't know they had any weedy relatives? I have to water and care for some of mine, they die if they are on the small side and dry out!at first those veronica look like mints, but once i see the name Speedwell i kinda shudder... they're popular plants and easy to care for around here. we have some blue/purple spikes around here or there. and then several of their weedy relatives too...
Oh no! About my favorite flowerTo them it's a bit like planting dandelions.