Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Pretty Flowers & Wild Insects: This Week In My Maryland Garden

Moths party on echinacea plants
The moths and bees were all over our giant echinacea (coneflower) when I walked around the yard for this week's Maryland garden flower photo shoot.
Black eyed Susans attract bees
I think that's a bee enjoying our first black eyed Susan bloom of the year.

 A tattered moth enjoys one of our marigold flowers.

 This orange echinacea (coneflower) is the newest addition to our garden.

 I think these pretty white flowers are morning glories. They're vining up one of our rose bushes.

This red and yellow day lily brightens our front yard.

Hope you enjoyed this week's photographic garden tour. May God bless you this summer and always!

Which was your favorite photo this week? What are your favorite summer flowers? What's blooming in your area?

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