Tonight I will share some pictures of flowers past their peak.
For my Mr. Lincoln rosebush this happens very quickly. The blooms will only be at their peak for a very short time.
Here is another example of what I like to call a parchment rose. If I don’t cut them off the bush, they will not loose their petals for weeks on end. These are also drying out quicker with the hot days.
I need to do some research on when to divide my agapanthus. Perhaps this will be the year I finally get around to doing it.
Now to get this posted and back to a bit of genealogy. Ancestry is making a big change in August to the way they process DNA matches and I want to document some of what I have now so that I can see what the changes are.