It’s prime time in the garden, so here’s another batch of snapshots.
Another of this year’s experiments, Nolana paradoxa, or “Chilean bellflower.” It’s supposed to do well in hot and dry circumstances. We’ll see how it fares.
Still more poppies:
In the lawn:
A stinkhorn, one of the less attractive fungi. The obscene phase doesn’t last long, fortunately.
It’s been wet and relatively cool here for the past few weeks, which has been good for both gardens and weeds. (And mosquitoes. I can’t recall them ever being so bad as during the past few weeks.) Things should dry out and get hot next week, and we’ll see just how tough the various plants are.