Here we are in the front yard. I joke about this garden because later in the year, the meadow plants take over. We have Penstemon, Shasta Daily, a variety of Asters and Monarda, Goldenrod, Butterfly Bush, Russian Sage, Phlox, White Sage, Veronica, and the list goes on and on.
The joke is because it can never be called a meadow just by its size and city location. You might know I don’t think meadows exist in little city yards, but it has supported a lot of insects through the years.
I hadn’t realized that I never really showed the front and rear yard Fall flowers and will do that this and next post. I kinda surprised myself for how many images I had too. This garden really changes through the seasons, what is tiny in Spring explodes in Fall.
Rather than the pretty photo of the front garden, I thought you would like to see the Sunday surprise. It is not snow, but hail, and yes I went out to get a photo and got pelted.
Now for the Fall photos of the front garden.
The lavender moved to the backyard, but maybe returning now that the Concolor Fir is gone.