The inflorescence from ornamental grasses are standouts when droplets from the light mist make them shine. This unknown Penstemon seeded over from the neighbor's landscape several years ago and has made itself at home.
Ruby Crystals Grass and bright yellow Helenium amarum or Sneezeweed.
Muhlenbergia capillaris or Pink Muhly shows why it is sometimes called "Cotton Candy" plant.
Clammy weed with wet whiskers
Tropical milkweed is still blooming even with some chilly nights. Narrowleaf zinnias in the background.
Purple Salvia Amistad with white American Germander blooms.
Muhlenbergia capillaris 'White Cloud'
White Cloud Muhly with Mexican Cosmos, Gomphrena 'Strawberry Fields' and Henry Duelberg Salvia.
Gomphrena 'Strawberry Fields' and Nasella Tenuissima (Stipa or whatever it's called now) commonly known as Mexican Feathergrass
Muhlenbergia dubya or Pine Muhly with evenly space droplets
Muhlenbergia lindheimeri, and Gomphrena 'Fireworks'
Indigo Spires Salvia enjoys cooler weather too.
That's the tour of best of the blooms from my soggy garden on Garden Blogger's Bloom Day. It's cold out there but you can enjoy more blooms from bloggers all over the world by clicking the links at May Dreams Gardens.