Raindrops in June . . .

Rainy_Garden_in_June_michaela_medina_harlow_thegardenerseden.com Rain on the Terrace

 Although I confess a certain fondness springtime showers and fog, even for this lover of damp days, it’s been a particularly rainy June. Oh yes, the garden is lush —filled with deep green, chartreuse and the truest of blue hues— but bountiful, blushing buds and lime-colored strawberries are crying out for the warmth of sun. Here we wait —twirling dark umbrellas, while pining in musty galoshes— and where are you, sweet, sunny June?

Paeonia_lactiflora_'Raspberry_Sundae'_michaela_medina_harlow_thegardenerseden.com First of the Herbaceous Peonies (Paeonia lactiflora ‘Raspberry Sundae’), Rescued from the Rain

Eventide_Swan_at_Barton_Cove_Gill_MA_michaela_medina_harlow_thegardenerseden.com A Swan Glides Through Misty Eventide Waters

Baptisia_australis_in_a_Vase_michaela_medina_harlow_thegardenerseden.comGift from the Rain: Snapped Stems of Wild Blue Indigo (Baptisia australis)

Secret_Garden_in_Rain_michaela_medina_harlow_thegardenerseden.com Old Fashioned Weigela Tumbles Over the Damp Wall (Weigela florida ‘Red Prince’)

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