We have ignition. Summer bloom has begun. The first Rose Campion flowers are here.
The variegated Feather Reed Grass is sending up bloom spikes.
Ox-Eye Daisies are sprinkling themselves about.
Repetition of form keeps things interesting while we wait for the bloom.
One shrub rose blooms with wild kind things.
A Euphorbia by the mailbox.
The roadside vegetable garden's screening along the scenic byway.
And this I believe is Fox Sedge, Carex vulpinoidea. There are far too many sedge species in the Lush to count.