What does your garden look like ... Today?

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So, we all like showing off our gardens. Sometimes, at least for me, I want to share a photo or two but I don't want to make an entirely new thread for it. That's why I created this. This can be a place where we all can share our gardens on any given day, or every day. Photos, videos, whatever you'd like to share. I created a similar thread over on the pond forum and it's gone well. I'll start it out.

My Blanket Flower is just about to bloom. I grow quite a few of these around my yard, and it should look great when they're all blooming!
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I also have a short video of my mostly-native wildflower garden which is entering its first full year. Most plants are seedlings, so it'll take another season before many of the plants bloom.
 
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Your blanket flower is stunning JB. I'm always inspired on this forum. I've grown it individually but now I'm sure I have just the right area for blanket of them. Thanks for sharing.
 
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That's a great idea for a thread, JBtheExplorer:D I'll take a picture of my miniature roses as soon as I come back home (right now, I'm at my parents').
Your Blanket Flower is beautiful!
 
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Your garden in the making I see have great possibilities. Do post again with the final results. (y)
 
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I don't have much room here in town but I did what I could to create a little spot of color out my back door. Our first attempt at landscaping. It isn't done yet but we now have a sunny spot to spruce up the view.
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It's a great beginning. You're doing a really good job:) If I were you, I'd plant some miniature roses there. Roses are my obsession and I always plant them everywhere I can:D
 
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here is my vegetable garden pictures taken today.
 

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JBtheExplorer

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Here are my recent blooms:

The first is a plant native to the US called Blue-Eyed Grass. There are many kinds, but this one is one of the more popular types for gardens. I highly recommend it!
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Here's an Iris. I'm not sure what it is, but I think it's a white Siberian iris.
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Spiderwort
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Orange Milkweed getting close to blooming. It's one of my favorite plants.
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and I can't forget Gaillardia, another one of my favorites!
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Looking good everyone :)

Not much to see on the plot at the moment but with the rain and warmer weather things should get away now:)
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Here are my recent blooms:

The first is a plant native to the US called Blue-Eyed Grass. There are many kinds, but this one is one of the more popular types for gardens. I highly recommend it!
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Here's an Iris. I'm not sure what it is, but I think it's a white Siberian iris.
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Spiderwort
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Orange Milkweed getting close to blooming. It's one of my favorite plants.
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and I can't forget Gaillardia, another one of my favorites!
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All your flowers look beautiful! I especially love Blue-Eyed Grass. It's such a charming name for a plant:love:
Gaillardias are wonderful too.
 

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