Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Wild thing ~ You make my heart sing!

Gentleman Farmer was cutting some firewood at the top of our property and had asked if I would bring him some cold water to drink. After I brought him a jug of water and a cup, I was looking around to see if there were any little wild black berries ripe for picking. I didn't find any, but I did discover several of these dainty little plants growing out of the rock of an old road bed. I borrowed GF's shovel and a bucket and dug up several in hopes that they might like growing in the dry flower bed in front of the barn. I planted them immediately to give them every opportunity to survive their change of venue.

Close up

Isn't she a pretty little thing?

Scattered along the base of a rose bush

In the bed in front of the barn

Do you have any idea what this little wild flower might be?

I live in Western Washington.
Today I'm joining


Susan for


Light and Voices said...

Joyce M

rosesandgargoyles said...

Oh i like your pics!

cherry said...

all I know is she is really pretty and so is your blog.
Happy weekend
hugs from Savannah, Cherry

Hanni said...

I have no idea...but it is very sweet! :)

Alexandra said...

I think that is Deptford Pink, Dianthus armeria. It grows up to 2 feet.

It could also be Phlox(pink) with the yellow center which grows to 20 inches.

saltbox treasures said...

Hi. Don't know what it is, but it is pretty. All of your garden and flowers are lovely.
~ Julie