A community garden that I help take care of, East Gwillimbury
It's beginning to look a lot like summer!
Largest square: a very happy bumble bee on...er...is that a weed? Sure is! Purple vetch loved by bees and disliked by gardeners because it's stems are vines that climb everywhere and the plants are are almost impossible to eradicate.
The blossoms in the rest of the squares were planted in the garden on purpose, working clockwise: alpine astr, yellow daylily, low-growing campanula, edelweiss and the last-blooming purple Siberian iris.
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