Queen Anne's lace is biennial, which meant I had to let this grow in the garden two years before deciding to rip it out. Like so many things I've failed to grow well, it needs more sun than I have.
Also in these images—several varieties of daylilies, black eyed susans, stargazer lilies, coneflowers (echninecea), bachelors buttons, and daisy fleabane (another weed.) It gave the bed a nicely erratic air, I guess.
The photos, taken in 2000, show the northern bed of the house shot from the east and west.
18jul2020: split garden2000 tag into garden & 2000; added flora; 24jul added daylily tag; 13spe22: substituted ‘black eyed susans’ for 2nd daylily in ‘daylilies, daylilies, stargazer lilies’ copy...
14sep22: a double, and the lemon yellow cultivar that is likely Hyperion—the house was built in 1951, came with these flowers, and had only one owner before us.
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