I had multiple gardening chores planned for the late afternoon and I got several things accomplished. But while I was checking on and feeding Sox, the pitter-patter of rain drops started and I had to rush to the house to prevent getting soaked.
After a quick supper, the rain had stopped and I ventured outside with the dogs and shot a few flower pictures.
|Zephirine Drouhin, with its long thorn-free canes, is easy to train on an arbor. Its old-rose fragrance scents the entire garden in the late afternoon and early evening. This is my favorite rose!|
|The rain drops collected on the Zephrine Drouhin petals is delightful eye candy!|
|Knock-Out Rose. Blooms consistently throughout the growing season.|
|My three-year-old lavender is beginning to bloom. Heaven!|
|White Clemitis, variety unknown. Rain gave it an interesting coloration.|