Yeah, so no roses or lilacs but... all the small perennials (normally $3) were on for 50 cents each. And the larger perennials (normally $7) were on for $1. That group of plants would have cost me over $100 at the start of the season... today it cost me $13! That less than I spent on the seeds and soil this spring!
In that pile there is Hens and Chicks, Forget-Me-Nots, Creeping Mazus, Pink Creeping Baby's Breath, Pink Fairy Baby's Breath, Cupid's Dary, Bachelor Buttons, Yellow Stone Blue-eyed Grass, Armeria in White and Pink, Alpine Aster, Mexican Hat, Bleeding Heart, Coreopsis, and one unknow flower that looks a little like a marigold.
Most of it went in the bee garden out back
Not all of the plants I purchased today are blooming yet, but the Mexican Hat is
When I moved out front to plant the last of the plants (the ones that needed a little less sun) Rocky came with me
Anyway, I planted the Forget-Me-Not, Coreopsis, and Bleeding Heart in the Lily garden
Oh - and remember the white Alyssum I planted there last year that was suppose to be an annual?
Over in the tree garden is where I put the Hens and Chicks
And you can see my English Daisies and Black Clover is doing nicely after it's rough start. All three of these plants should come back next year.
Okay - I think I'm officially done planting... at least until fall. I've got tulip bulbs to plant... and I have to keep my eye out for some irises...