Side yard Buddha, always content, loves the shade of the spreading chestnut trees and her daylily backdrop.
Mac illustrates the fine art of "porch settin'."
Green leaves shelter the maturing flower, opening soon and giving birth to a brilliant yellow sunflower.
Purple lilies here at the farm always look a little "gangly" but glorious.
Burgundy geraniums flowers gracefully host raindrops after a healthy summer shower.
This double peach-colored lily shares the same roots as a single varietal on the other side of the plant. Since the side yard is becoming so incredibly shady, the lilies might be in the market for a sunnier spot on the farm.