Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day for July 2009: Hydrangeas, Phlox, Lilies, Rudbeckia and More





















































































































































































































Many of my recent posts have been about roses and clematis which are of still blooming throughout my garden, so this bloom day post will focus on everything else. Check out all of the bloom day posts from around the world over at May Dreams Garden.

16 comments:

Piondröm said...

Beautiful!!
You seams to have your garden full of flowers.
Ken

Janet said...

Love the color of the poppy that is about to open! Great variety of blooms. Your Hollyhock is very pretty- love the pale pink.

Ciss B said...

I love wandering through your garden! Beautiful pics!

Phillip said...

Beautiful blooms - I love that orange lily!

healingmagichands said...

Hey, thanks for stopping by. I tried to get creative this time and I'm glad you enjoyed it. Your gardens are lovely as always. I like that red/yellow milkweed right up there under the pretty hollyhock. I had one of those last year but it didn't survive our winter.

sweet bay said...

Beautiful flowers! I loved seeing your Touch-me-not and your Culver's Root. What a lovely lavender color. And what nice Rudbeckia -- which ones are those?

Muum said...

Is that second picture a plant named touch me not? or what is it's name? It looks familiar, but the name eludes me!

Marie said...

Great pictures. I love the cleome. I have a lot of cleome in my garden and they re-seed every year. I usually end up giving LOTS away.

Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

Just lovely, especially the Actaea.

heirloomgardener said...

Muum,

The second picture is of Jewel Weed.

-Heirloom Gardener

Emily said...

You have beautiful flowers and a wonderful assortment of types.

Muum said...

oh, that is the name- Jewel weed! thanks! I remember somebody told me you could use the sap/juice of the stems if you got stuck by nettles.

Kim said...

Lovely, lovely photos and beautiful plants. I wish I knew what they all were, but I enjoyed looking at them anyway. Some, I do know, and your hydrangea is spectacular!

perennialgardener said...

You have a bounty of beautiful blooms this month! We have similar stuff shining right now in our gardens. :)

Nan Ondra said...

A glorious assortment of shapes and colors this month, HG - and of fragrances too, I'm sure, with all of those lilies. May I also say how impressed I was to see Prince Charles gracing your front border in another post? (Oh wait, or was that the *cultivar* 'Prince Charles'?)

Sylvana said...

Beautiful pictures! But where are the names?

I love all your clematis. I will be looking through your blog to see how you are using yours.

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