This small but bountiful garden was behind a house in northeast Bend, Oregon. This was one of the featured stops on the High Desert Garden Tour in July 2022.
These purple clematis were beautiful. There’s also a peek of an Annabelle hydrangea shrub in this photo.
These long-blooming flowers are a type of daisy. I think they’re Shasta daisies. You can see a multi-colored Euonymus shrub on the left side.
This cutting garden was full of flowers including posies, Lobelia, and marigolds. I especially liked the yellow snapdragons.
Milkweed! I got seeds last year but neglected ever planting them. Seeing these showy milkweed in full bloom inspired me to try planting them this year.
This yellow flower is Coreopsis ‘Tickseed.’ I love their bright color!
This rock-lined garden included coneflowers, yarrow, blanket flowers, and Sedum.
The lot around this house was not large, but I was impressed by the small but bountiful garden they planted in the space available.
4 thoughts on “A small but bountiful garden: Friday Flowers”
Beautiful flowers. Can’t wait for spring.
Thanks! The weeds are sure spring has arrived. 😉
These flowers are so amazing. Anita
Yes, they were, Anita! It made me imagine which would do well in our yard.