Welcome to our jungle in the Northland. This year all the flowers and greenery are growing like crazy. We have had so much rain, and lots of cool weather which is perfect for growing plants. This is my on our front step. Mom has to keep cutting back the plants so people can walk in the walkway!
The Hydrangeas, called Snowball Bushes here in Minnesnowta are huge! Mom has cut this thing back several times but it just keeps getting bigger! Lots of snowballs for summer!
White snowballs are my favorite because they look like snowballs. Olivia actually bit into one. Mom had to pick the flower pieces out of her mouth!
We have a smaller bush, not pictured, that has pink snowballs. They are pretty cute too, but much smaller than the big white ones.
Our potted Geraniums are also growing by leaps and bounds. To be honest, I’m worried one day the delivery guy in the big truck might not be able to find his way to our front door with our food and treats!
There are three of these giant bushes. I don’t know what they are called, but they are pretty with their pink/purple flowers. They seem to want to take over the entire area, though.
On our deck we have the pink Geranium pots. They too are really large. Madison was at the spa yesterday and came home all spiffed up. She insisted on posing by the pink flowers with her new fur style, and bandana. According to her, she is the prettiest flower we have. I am not sure.
That is our jungle in the Northland. We are also joining our friends at Living Laughing and Barking in Our Backyard is for their Nature Friday blog hop.