Kansas Garden | June 2021

Kansas garden 2021

Well I sure hope you don’t mind me showing off a few of my favorite things growing in my Kansas garden right now.  🙂 Last year I showed you what was growing in this post.  Hopefully this year I’ll get up more than one post.  🙂

I’ve planted a lot of things in this space this year, and have already harvested potatoes, garlic, peas and a few onions.

I went out and took some photos of the prettiest parts of the garden and wanted to show you.  🙂

Do you garden too?  I’d love to hear about what you’re loving this year…share with me below!

My garden is full of veggies and flowers because I want both beauty and function in the garden.  I love that  the flowers feed the bees, so the bees can help my veggies grow.  🙂

I’ll include the name and a link to check out the seeds if you are interested in growing any of these in your garden next year.  🙂

Butterfly zinnia and chamomile flowers in Kansas garden


Butterfly Zinnia, the Cha-Cha-Cha blend and German Chamomile .  Zinnia’s are one of my favorite garden flowers.  They’re so easy and dependable and just keep blooming.  I’m also excited to try making chamomile tea this year from my very own flowers. : )

Love-In-A-Mist and Calendula in Kansas garden

Love-In-A-Mist, Miss Jekyll Blend and Calendula, Zeolights – the color of these calendulas are so pretty and soft!  I’m definitely growing them again. 🙂

Dr Wyche's Tomato in Kansas gardenDr. Wyche’s Tomato  – These will grow to be a big orange tomato (provided my garden rabbit doesn’t come snack on it first).

Love-In-A-Mist and Poppy in Kansas garden

Love-In-A-Mist and Poppy seed pod.  This is my first year of either of these flowers and they both have not disappointed me!  The Love-In-A-Mist is such a cool looking flower and the poppies are stunning, even if they only stay open for a day.

Well, these are just a few of the things that are growing in my Kansas garden so far.  Are you growing any of the same things as me?  I’d really love to know, so leave a comment below!  🙂

Talk soon,


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