Friday, June 3, 2011

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE YARD?

Spring time pushing into summer, that's what's happening.

The weekend forecast is calling for the temperatures in the eighties-WooHoo!

Here is a close up of a bee working the heck out of this blossom.  This particular plant is called Cranesbill or Hardy Geranium.  It does very well here in the Pacific Northwest.

9 comments:

Patricia said...

Connie, What is that blue flower in the top center of your collage photo? I like the combination of plants in the blue pot also. They're very pretty together. Take care and have a great weekend.

Beverly @ The Buzz said...

Temps in the 80s? I'd love that. It's been in the mid 90s here for a week and isn't supposed to change anytime soon. Humidity is high, too--little chance of rain. Can I just say it's HOT! But your flowers are gorgeous!

Saimi said...

In the 80's? Wow, that's good for that side of the Mountains!! Enjoy that weather while you can!!!

Julie Harward said...

LOL I really did LOL when I saw the bee busy in the flower...I love bees! Have a great weekend. :D

Lori said...

Beautiful flowers!!

Cherie said...

Connie you yard is already looking so pretty! I can't wait to see some flowers....and some summer!

Rainy Day Farm said...

Finally I know what the name of that plant is. I have been calling it "some sort of geranium" for 5 years now. Thanks for clearing that up. Mine is not blooming quite yet, hopefully soon it is one of my favorite plants.

Patricia said...

Cranesbill, ah, I think I might have seen some here on our garden tour Sunday. I'll have to compair photos when I get them posted. Thanks.

tammy said...

Looks gorgeous!