Field of Science

Mrs. Phactor's gardens

A number of readers have requested that TPP feature Mrs. Phactor's gardens in some of his blogs. Well, they are completely right; he should and will. A number of the flowers have been featured on various Fridays, but not the garden as a whole, or even small portions thereof.  Mostly these gardens are intended to be viewed as a whole, a melange of flowers and colors and textures that change through the seasons. Right now there are some pretty vivid colors which are quite a change from early June. Even since this image was taken, a rose mallow, Queen of the prairie, and a couple of bee-balms have added themselves to the mix. From our patios, the perennial gardens sit in front of a dark, wooded background. Pretty and cheerful, and loaded with butterflies. Enjoy.  

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