All from the garden!
The onions and green pepper became part of a stir fry with chicken.
The smooth-skinned cucumber was sliced and marinated in a vinegar dressing.
From time to time I've found a smashed bird's egg far from a convenient tree or bush.
This one was lying on the drive when I walked down to the mailbox on Monday morning.
Do birds sometimes experience an "oops" moment and release an egg from mid-air?
Self-seeded cleome is blooming alongside the bid rock in the middle of hte front yard.
This weedy pink flower has also sprung up in the grass around the rock.
I don't recall if it is something I planted last year--or its name--[silene?]
Whorled seedhead of white clematis.
I am watching a number of plants for ripened seeds to collect and propogate.
One of my favorite achilleas.
The gorgeous pink phlox is coming into bloom
I must divide a bit of it for the garden at the 'other house.'
Clary Sage--a biennial.
The blossoms are fascinating; they have a faint citrus scent.
A bee investigates a head of coneflower.
Billowing shades of rose and pink.
Inside, escaping from summer's heat--Edward fits himself into the cool porcelain
of the bathroom sink!