Saturday, May 16, 2015

More Rain And Larkspur

Storms are moving in the same pattern again.
The Bennies sump  pump is pumping and keeping the lake
in our back yard low.
 
 Deep color and some light color larkspur
 thick with tall Phlox and red Knock Out Roses
 To wet to get in there and thin it out and the pansies
are still blooming and look good.
Stay safe and dry the storms are going strait up again. We are just to get lots of rain
so far, but tornados are possible.   


11 comments:

Simply Linda said...

Beautiful pics Patsy! Yep, looks like storms will be rolling in here-NY too. Blessings

Winifred said...

That storm sky photo is amazing such gorgeous colours. Love your flowers too.

We need Somme of your rained here in the UK. Had a little yesterday but the gardens need it.

Off to Scotland next week bet I get some there!

Far Side of Fifty said...

We have storms predicted for this afternoon also. Your Larkspur is so pretty:)

L. D. said...

I remember when you planted those pansies. The are looking so great. I really like the knock out roses.

Mildred said...

So many of our blog friends are in harms way with these storms. You two stay safe. Thanks for sharing the pretty pictures from your yard. xo

Ginny said...

The sky is almost purple, I love it, it is beautiful! And your yard is fantastically beautiful!!! Your brick border is so pretty, too.

Mari said...

That's a gorgeous sky shot and pretty flowers too.

Sparky said...

You sure get some fantastic photos. It's lovely where you live. ~:)

Lona said...

Your Larkspur is so pretty. I love the blues. It has been sprinkling around here all day. We have started outdoor and had to come back in so many times today. LOL! Maybe I will get my planters done tomorrow. Hope you and Benny are well.

Chel @ Sweetbriar Dreams said...

That storm looks quite daunting! At least you won't have to water the plants today :-) xx

A Brit in Tennessee said...

I love Larkspur, it's a quintessential English cottage garden flower.....so dear to my heart.
Send us your rain, we are drying up !
Hugs,
~Jo