We received some much needed rain this weekend. There was a slow rain/drizzle all day Saturday and then a little sun Sunday afternoon. Here is a look at the wet garden on Sunday morning.
Liatris of a yet to be determined variety fill the prairie.
Although all of the Liatris plants are seedlings from two plants in the garden, they produce their flowers on a variety of different shaped stalks.
Thick clustering of flowers on a single stalk with leaves half way up the flowering portion.
Narrow clustering of flowers with long leaves all the way up the flower stalk.
Flowers clustered on the end of the stalk.
Widely spaced flowers.
Eryngo and Scarlet Sage
Zexmenia and Frogfruit
Next spring's bluebonnets are sprouting throughout the garden and pathways.