Tiger lilies and impala lilies
Forsythia…or is it lilacs,no honeysuckle,but wait …roses!
But petunias are lovely…so are salvias…not to mention Foxgloves! And Queen Anne’s lace!And Woodbine,oh,and violets…Daffodills…and Peonies!And Aqualigias…
I give up choosing !!
Gardenia because they smell good.
White roses and Kalanchoe as a pot flower.
Fragrant flowers, roses , jasmine, lilacs, ylang-ylang
Orchids and Southern magnolias.
I have 3 Magnolia Trees in the yard but as many times as I’ve tried to grow Forget me nots they don’t take, I’ve even gotten the plants that were already started but nope, didn’t do.
Nasturtiums. I have one this year that is bi-color. Yellow background with red (almost) stripes from inside to outside.
How can I pick just one?!
I love roses, peonies, lavendar, foxglove, echinacea, delphiniums, lupines, and day lilies.
So do the deer. Except the lavendar.
Oh, and I also love sunflowers. Not sure if the deer do or not.
I decide on one , then change my mind as I think of another . There are so many .
But I love to see a field of buttercups .- - - - - - - - - - -
I do like roses, not sure if it classed as a flower but I always like to smell lavender when I walk past some.
Roses (all colors)
Hyacinths (love their scent!)
and so many more . . .
And I love white fragrant flowers like tuberose, gardneia, and jasmine.
Right now, red hibiscus flowers. They’re a favorite food for my desert tortoises, so I’m always on the lookout to gather spent flowers from around the neighborhood .
Peonies and Ranunculus
I also like Gladiolas, do Magnolia blossoms count? Gardenias. Bleeding Hearts
Cherry blossoms - A single flower isn’t that impressive, but I absolutely love how they make trees look. I prefer it to the color change in fall.
But Black-Eyed Susan’s and Queen Anne’s Lace mean “summer” to me so I love them too