The end of the month wrap up…
Where is the Scabiosa and Asters? Well there are four varieties of Asters or should I say bunny food. And one is visiting my Asters, but it is a big one.
This tiny little destroyer was not in my garden, but at about 172 Lancaster Avenue in Buffalo. I was on the Garden Walk Buffalo today and here was this tiny little bunny in a front yard. I almost could have reached down and picked him up.
And we have more bunny food over by the Carpet Roses.
What has not succumbed to the heat quite yet?
The Hydrangea? And where is it? Actually all over the garden with five different varieties and three different heights. I do have minis of most plants of regular size in my garden, except butterfly bush. I only have a mini, Lo and Behold, Blue Chip.
Hydrangea ‘Pia”, Pia is puny.
The above Hydrangea is an unknown, small but was a florist grown variety. It has not grown over two feet tall but has very large flowers. It may get larger as it is only three years old.
Where is the Veronica? Again, all over the place in three different sizes.
Where is the Phlox?
The PeeGee is blooming and so is the Duranta.
And we got some rain; now that is a surprise since everywhere was getting it but here.
Everything got a quick soaking. But we were quickly back to dry.
ALL NEXT WEEK, GARDENS OF GARDEN WALK BUFFALO, I am going tomorrow too!
The Patient Gardener does the End of the Month so check out all the gardens showing what is blooming or being eaten by bugs and rabbits.