Hello Gardening Friends!
I haven’t posted in a few day. We all have summer colds and feel crummy. It is so hot and humid, you cannot do much outside anyway. But I did manage to snap a few pics to share…. The first is an “Outta The Blue” Rose.
The first blooms of white double hollyhocks, so pretty in person.
And the pinks are still blooming, great color this one.
My Goldflame Honeysuckle is blooming. It looked pretty stressed when I planted it, but it is bouncing back.
Bee-Balm and Shasta Daisy are putting on a show.
First and probably only bloom for Henryii. It is new and still small, but so cute.
But these are darling…..Forget-Me-Nots from seed.
Purple larkspur is so pretty….
It is popping up everywhere with annual queen anne’s lace (a “tamed one” I found from seed) and Mister Lincoln roses. The leaves and stems are different, more delicate. I don’t know much about it, but it is pretty.
Rugosa Rose hips are starting to turn. These are so neat.
One of the many daylilies…. This peach color is really pretty.
Another one, love the sun shinning through the petals.
I also love texture, and this trio is very nice. Red Sedum, Lilyturf and Hosta along my front walk. I have them all along the border, but they are really filling in this year. Nice to have pretty without counting on blooms.
But you know I love color…. and these knockouts are full this week.