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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

New Blooms At The End Of June

I noticed yesterday that I had a few new things blooming in the backyard.  I bet you'll never guess what that means.  Alright, I'll tell ya.  I headed out with my camera today to take a couple pictures.

Once I was out there, I was overcome by my disease and it turned into more than a couple.  More like a couple hundred.  Good thing for you, I have no idea what I'm doing when I'm holding a camera, so the majority of those 200 get dumped into no man's land.  Where do deleted files go anyway?

Anyhoo, here's a quick leisurely tour of what's goin' on in the backyard today.

My new foxglove is blooming.




My evening primrose has flowers starting to open.  
These are the most amazing color of yellow.





The lavender phlox, that was just starting to bloom a week or so ago, is now loaded with flowers.



The stoke's aster is blooming.






And it had a visitor.






My orange alstroemeria, aka Peruvian lily, is just barely starting to show color.




The iris is done, but the little zinnia is tryin' to get goin'.



The snapdragons have buds.





The lady's mantle is solid flowers.









This corner has completely filled in.





The heuchera is blooming.




My "Blackie" fuchsia.




"Dark Eyes" fuchsia.



My fountain.  
We can hear it in the bedroom at night.  
I love it.



And lastly, for Terry at These Peas Taste Funny, I finally have buds on my hydrangeas.
Psst, you should head over there and check out her Finally Finished post.  
Her new driveway is stunning.  Plus, her little shack ain't half bad either. 
If she didn't live so far away, I'd be camping out on her lawn.




"The trouble with gardening is that is does not remain an avocation. It becomes an obsession." -- Phyllis McGinley



10 comments:

  1. All of it is so beautiful--I love the evening primrose and fuschias especially!

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  2. Awww, you're talking about me, lol. So sweet - thanks. Now, on to your gorgeous garden. I love foxglove. We had that at our old house and I forgot about it until now. That is on the ever-growing (mostly because of you) list. Oooh, and lady's mantle too, they are so pretty. Phlox, primrose, asters. Wow,...seriously gorgeous!!

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  3. Oh! And the hydrangeas starting to develop of course. :)

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  4. Your backyard is just stunning!! All these pics look like they belong in a gardening magazine..what a good flower Mom you are ;) Do you have a suggestion of a flower variety that grows in a super dry climate? I want to plant some in our front yard.

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  5. STUNNING GARDEN!! WHAT ZONE DO YOU LIVE IN??

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  6. hahaha i have that camera disease also! its the only reason i have a cell phone so i can take pictures of my yard!hahahah
    yours is beautiful!! love going on your tours of it!

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  7. WOW! Your flowers are so beautiful that they look alsmost unreal! Your yard is like a Garden of Eden...thank you for taking the time to photograph (excellent photos) and post those fabulous flowers.

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  8. What a beautiful post. I just love all the color.

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  9. Thank you Rose! Thanks for coming by and taking the time to comment!

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  10. Your garden is beautiful, love all the pictures.

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