My garden is reaping the fruits of Mother Nature's labor. Our wonderful spring rains have reinvigorated the gardens here in Central Texas, especially mine.
Lush isn't a word I typically use to describe my garden. Hardy, drought tolerant, hot...those are the terms that come to mind most often.
But after this morning's rain, I took a walk to look at all the lush hues of green in my garden.
I hope this means that the deer have plenty to eat elsewhere -- I'd like to enjoy all this juicy foliage for a while.
Before the sun gets blistering, it's nice to enjoy this mottled shade.
Columbines, fatsia, ferns, hellebores and Greg's mistflower are happy with all the rain.
And I found a beautiful Hummingbird moth enjoying my larkspur in the cutting garden.
What's lush in your garden right now?
Labels: hummingbird moth, rain, shades of green