In my own garden, the black-eyed Susans, Rudbeckia hirta, anchor one end of a new garden border designed and planted with mostly native plants that bloom in late summer. I believe...
Garden fairies here! Goodness, you can thank us later for rescuing this post. We have no idea where Carol was headed with her thoughts but whew, we are garden fairies and we almost fell asleep reading it.
So, we garden fairies are going to save this Wildflower Wednesday post which is sponsored by Gail at Clay and Limestone and tell you the truth about wildflowers and native plants in the garden.
The truth is... everyone should have some wildflowers and native plants in their gardens. They seem to survive and even thrive in these hot, dry summers around here. We are garden fairies, do not question us on this.
And do not tell us that we just wrote the same thing as Carol. We are garden fairies, those are our own thoughts and we thought of it first. We are garden fairies.
We are also very busy garden fairies so we have no time to convince you to include wildflowers and native plants in your own garden. Instead we will just threaten you with years of misery and heartache in your garden if you don't include some natives and wildflowers. You don't want that! Trust us...
We are garden fairies.
Thorn Goblinfly, Chief scribe for the garden fairies at May Dreams Garden