Saturday, June 16, 2012

June Blooms

Nasturtiums, fancy coneflowers, daylilies, and Asian lilies, as well as hydrangeas, are all blooming up a storm in our garden.

Ruffled Day Lily and below, Bee Balm.

Zucchini blossom. We'll have zucchinis very soon.

 Gigantic Asian Lilies, so tall I have to stake them or they'll topple.

Two Twist and Shout Hydrangeas, two colors on one small plant.


  1. Your garden is magnificent

  2. I think you should run a rehab facility for grumps. On their first morning there, they'll go outside with their bad attitudes and feel instantly cheery. How could one not? It's gorgeous Miss Melly Blooms!

  3. What an explosion of colours. Love the flowers in your garden, you can see they are nurtured very well.

    Enjoy your weekend.

  4. I'm jealous! You have so many beautiful flowers growing in your garden. Back when I lived in rainy Washington I had lots of flowers, but here in the Southwest, not so many.

  5. What a treat to see your blooms; I'm particularly envious of your hydrangeas. Thanks for sharing.

  6. All I can say is "WOW"! I should know by now that you live in a garden paradise, but these pictures are breathtaking! And I'm with Martha... I seriously covet your Hydrangeas!

  7. What an amazing garden. I've never seen many of the varieties. I love that fancy coneflower and the ruffled lily, wow!
    It must be so heavenly to spend the day there knitting!

  8. Beautiful, beautiful garden. Thank you for sharing. :-)


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