Obviously, I don't seem much of a threat. Bunnicula posed for several more pictures this morning before leisurely hopping away.
I always find it hard to believe the changes in the garden from month to month, week to week, and often, day to day. A month ago there were some lovely blooms, but lots of empty space. Much less empty space now, and I have to get in and thin some salvia and monarda. Although it is something of a wilderness, the lush growth gives me great satisfaction.
Daylillies all over the garden are blooming now, and some of the asters are starting to bloom.
White salvia. It reseeds, but doesn't cause a problem like the blue/black salvia that has spread like crazy.
Swamp sunflower, beginning to open. Regular sunflowers are approaching 5 feet now, but not ready to bloom.
More daylilies, larkspur (mostly lying down and needing to be staked - better late than never), rose campion with its deep, rosy neon color