I’ve been working hard this week finishing up trim and painting the inside of my porch. Now it’s to a point where I can sit back and enjoy it . . . just in time for the Memorial Day Weekend.
I see a little ant found his way into this photo.
Although I’ve never seen English Cow Parsley, this is my American version of what I think it looks like.
This plant with white umbrels reminds me of Queen Anne’s Lace, but I think it might possibly be Bishop’s Weed, and an invasive weed it certainly is. I’ve been battling with it for years in my garden, trying to eliminate it . . . without success.
I will continue to do battle with it or it would entirely take over everything, but I decided to at least declare a truce and enjoy it’s beautiful and delicate flowers when in bloom.
It certainly pairs well with pink peonies and the delightful Ragged Robin ‘Petite Jenny’ Lychnis flos-cuculi. They make an amazing summer bouquet for the porch . . . don’t you agree?
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