The south side now. When the sun shines, the fragrance that wafts up from the alyssum, roses and heliotrope is intoxicating!
The north side now.
The center circle. The green is a carpet of mostly plantain and creeping charlie. Tackling that will be next year's improvement project.
This balancing rabbit that swings around in the breeze was one of my garden purchases at the Gold Rush antique fair last Mother's Day.
This little sculpture was my other Gold Rush extravagance.
As we worked, I was delighted to note that there were lots of bees and even a few butterflies enjoying the garden!
The catmint was absolutely humming with bees! This garden is conveniently located about 20 feet from two of my hives.
A goldfinch on a sunflower. Hummingbirds also zipped by as I weeded.
Turns out that cats also like this garden --Poet sleeping under a shrub.