Kyle, you showed me yours, so I thought I'd show you mine.
Definitely not as neat as yours, mind you.
The view of the garden from the sidewalk and cone flowers.
Next year I hope to plant some vegetables.
Mint planted by the sidewalk and shasta daisies.
The building manager has yet again this year planted tomatoes. They're all shagging like a lion's mane. He's also planted potatoes, which I don't know how they'll turn out given that the dirt is really shallow.
Only one of three lavenders planted last year came back, and the hydrangea.
My enemy once again this year is a Morning Glory vine that I've allowed to take over part of the garden. It's pretty, but it very easily overwhelms all the other plants.
The hydrangea blooms on the same plant came in a spectrum from pink to blue with all kinds of purple in between, and lilies of the valley transplanted from the other side of the drive.
I can't remember this plants name but it is meant to attract butterflies and bees (which I haven't seen many bees this year), and more mint planted at the corner of the building.
Another plant meant to attract butterflies and bees. The plant is a bushy, 6 feet tall this year, and some of the lillies we planted from pots that were kept at the back of the garden.
I think this is some sort of rose, and the morning glory covering the back quarter of the garden.