Monday, June 1, 2009
What's Blooming in My Garden-- June 1, 2009
The buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) cover crop is coming into its own and beginning to pull in the beneficials.
Two species of Stellaria here. On the left is Stellaria graminea, otherwise known as Lesser Stitchwort. On the right is the much more common and far tastier chickweed (Stellaria media).
A second unidentified peony (Paeonia spp.).
Here you can see the lesser stitchwort growing under our front maple. That's Annie's hand in the background to give you some idea of just how teeny tiny the flowers of this particular herb are.
Still blooming from last week: raspberries, onions, chives, sage, unidentified yellow flower.