In the fauna department, I'm looking out at rhoddy remnants. They always make me think of giant spiders.
There is a lot of new foliage coming on in place of the blooms. The Mahonia are loaded with berries. The deer don't seem to like them as much as day lily buds -- go figure!
A couple of months ago I asked if anyone knew what this is. No response. This is what it looks like now.
Stems are about 12" tall. I still don't know what it is. Lenton Roses and Soloman's Seal are through blooming. We'll enjoy the foliage the rest of the summer.
|View down the hill|
Soon to show color: clematis, astilbe, and coral bells.
Life is good on The Hill!!