Gardening in a drought.
What a nice surprise! Our mock orange shrubs are blooming again also. It's nice to step outside and be greeted with the sweet fragrance. Enjoy your weekend.M. Lane
I wonder what on earth possessed that to bloom a second time. Nice, though! Enjoy!!
What a sweet late summer surprise.Have a great weekend ~ FlowerLady
Don't you just love surprises? Wish I could smell them.
Our local Extension folks said that the cooler temps and rain we've had after the plants had gone heat dormant over the summer has tricked some plants into thinking this is a second spring, so to speak. I've seen quite a bit of milkweed blooming again. Also a row of young Bradford pears in a median in Wichita.
How lovely. What a bonus, smell nice too :).
I've never smelled a lilac.
Well isn't that just a wonderful surprise for late summer. I love the fragrance of them too.
Even a few lilac blossoms are wonderful. We've had iris blooming fairly consistently since Spring. I don't know why that's happening, either.
crazy things :-) My spirea bush was a little confused too!! Enjoy it while it lasts!
That is a lovely ground cover. I love when plants look AND smell good!