Either that odd plant on the lower left is a mutant type of Cardinal Flower (Red Lobelia) or I accidentally transplanted a dandelion.
Day old cotton bloom on one of our plants that we are tagging for Lilyfest this weekend. Looking forward to this wonderful event!
Is it a moth? A hummingbird? It a hummingbird moth! One of many pollinators busy in our larkspur this afternoon.
Love in a Mist seed pods
One of our greenhouse mice buried a corn kernel in a pot of Red Milkweed.. we usually catch them as seedlings but this one is three feet tall!
Busy bee on Purple Cloud Malva. Malvas are a great staple in any garden that's friendly to pollinators.
Tomato plants are almost ready! We will be at Creekside in Gahanna on Saturday May 13 and then at Opening Day at the Ohio History Village on May 27 for our two spring plant sales.
Letter and photo from a customer looking for seeds to grow a ball-shaped cockscomb so that she will win the cockscomb category at this fall's fair. Photo is of last year's ball-shaped winners that beat Betty's comb types. #heirloomseeds
Giant Red Cockscomb seeds - packing seeds is much more fun when they are scooped from a beautiful bowl made by a local potter.