|Both this photo and the one above are of the same small plant|
In stronger sun this morning, they're looking somewhat less green. It may be that the flowers bleach out with ongoing sun exposure as this plant is located alongside others I'd characterize as pale yellow but I was still excited to see the greenish flowers.
My sojourn through the garden last evening also led to the discovery of a single, tiny blue Eustoma bloom. Unlike the pink Eustoma, I'd thought that none of the 'Borealis Blue' I'd planted last year had survived to bloom this year. This small bloom makes me wrong on that count too.
|It's not nearly as heavily petaled as last years blooms nor, at 7 inches high, nearly as tall but it's alive and blooming!|
This summer got started with a blast, literally, as a heatwave wreaked destruction across my garden so it's the little things that lift my spirits. I was even excited to see these this morning:
|A cluster of tiny noID mushrooms snuggled up against one of the flagstones that form a path through the backyard garden|
This mish-mash of photos represents my Wednesday Vignette this week. Visit Anna at Flutter & Hum to view the images that drew her attention and that of other garden bloggers this week.
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