|Veronicastrum 'Lavender Towers' in the Hill Garden this week with Echinacea purpurea.|
|Veronicastrum 'Lavender Towers' attracting a pollinator to its tiny flowers that are arranged in a whirl around branching spikes.|
|The lavender light in the background is one of the lovely sunsets we had last week. It was a beautiful coincidence that I was out taking photos at this perfect moment: it matches the light purple of the Veronicastrum perfectly!|
What is nice about this plant in my garden is that it takes up surprisingly little horizontal space. I stuck it in a small hole with the rest of these perennials and it seems to be dealing well with it... unlike the Russian sage that is also in this garden. Some plants just deal better with tight planting for succession than others.
Have a beautiful weekend!