The Infinite Bee - Cultivating the Soil & Mind
September 25, 2013
By The Infinite Bee
The Heyokah Homestead flowers were amazing this year. The perennials got more established and the re-seeding annuals found welcome homes all over the garden. Before my sweet husband and I left for our road trip to the North-West, I took pictures of the garden knowing it would undergo a big change while we were gone. Click the “Read More” to see colorful images of Heyokah flowers at the end of their summer season.
Purple Coneflower with Shasta Daisy
Endurance Sunflowers that re-seeded from last year; endure they do!
Two-layered Pink Cosmos - re-seeded from last year. A Zulu Daisy, Bachelor Button and Heyokah Honeybee
One of the last Discovery sunflowers of the 2013 season.
The shelling-pea vines were still making flowers when I took down the vines in mid-September.
I made a big bouquet of flowers for a friend of mine who came home from a night in the hospital. She's doing great and loved the 'vibrant' flowers.