Remember way back in May - I transplanted some Echinacea, Columbine, Sweet Peas and Poppies to the bee garden?
Well, we all know the Sweet Peas went the way of the Bunbun, but despite not blooming yet, the other sprouts have fared well (they have been nibbled on periodically, but not to the point of extinction like the Sweet Peas.)
1) The fuzzy one: I thought it was the Poppy... I've seen fuzzy poppies before. But it's the only one getting a bloom head, and the more I looked at it, the more I was in doubt.
(UPDATE.... the fuzzy leafed plant may infact be a black-eyed Susan... I'd planted some seeds, but didn't think they made it....
2) The spade shaped one: I have no freakin' clue what this is.
I'd like to say I'll know when it all blooms, but other than the possibly-Poppy, I don't think that will happen this year. Our trees are already starting to turn, so there's not much bloomin' weather left, I fear. I'm guessing I'll have to wait until next year - unless you guys can tell me.
Elsewhere in the bee garden, the Mexican Hat has bloomed again