Monday, July 23, 2007
Yellow and Orange
Not sure what kind of flower this is. It came as a transplant from my Aunt's garden. She calls it a golden globe flower, but I haven't matched it up in a flower book yet. These looked rather sickly when I put them in at the end of May, but they straightened up and grew three feet tall. Now they're blooming. A mature bloom should help with identification. The canna lilies provide a nice backdrop for these showy yellows.
This sweet tangerine tomato is easier to identify. Purchased at the U of M Horticulture Club Sale, the label is still at the base of the plant. It's the earliest of my slicing tomatoes to ripen.