Saturday, August 15, 2009

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day - August 2009

Most of my recent posts have been about the dahlias and lilies blooming in my garden. Here are a few snapshots of some of the other flowers currently in bloom around my zone 6b garden. Check out all of the Bloom Day posts at May Dreams Gardens.

Rudbeckia 'Golden Glow' in the Bird Garden

Scarlet Runner Bean in the Bird Garden
Sunflower in the Cutting Garden
Obedient plant in the Walled Garden
Ageratum in the Rose Garden
Sweet Peas in the Cutting Garden
Cockscomb in the Egg Garden
Rudbeckia lacinata in the Bird Garden
Gladiolus in the Front Border
Purple Angelica in the Front Border
Japanese Anemone in the Front Border
Brown Eyed Susans in the Front Border

11 comments:

donna said...

I especially like your scarlet runner bean. Very pretty. Glad I stopped here to visit your garden.

Teresa~Gardening with Soule said...

I also am intrigued by the scarlet runner bean flower.All your flowers are so beautiful. Thanks for showing them.

Basil Becky said...

I love all your blooms! I really enjoy seeing photos of indivdual flowers. I enjoyed the Brown Eyed Susans. They were my father's favorite and I have them everywhere. Thank you for sharing your garden.

Janet said...

I like the Scarlet Runner Bean...love the bright red with the white.

sweet bay said...

I love the Scarlet Runner Bean! It's too hot here in central NC to grow them. Your Brown-Eyed Susans and Anemones are putting on a beautiful show.

Carol said...

I especially love the first shot of rudbeckia 'golden glow' a plant I keep meaning to get and always forget! Your gardens must be gorgeous with all these blooms in so many rooms. Stunning shot of the sunflower. I agree with Sweet Bay that your Anemone's and Brown Eyed Susans are a great show.

NellJean said...

Mama used to grow Golden Glow, a good summer choice.

heirloomgardener said...

Donna/Teresa/Janet/Sweet Bay,

I never knew there were so many Scarlet Runner Bean fans out there!

-Heirloom Gardener

Lisa at Greenbow said...

You have so much color in the garden at this time of year. Something I must strive harder to create. My Anemones are just beginning to open.

Sylvana said...

Those rudbeckia even look like dahlias!

Sue said...

Rudbeckia golden glow is the flower I've seen around and wondered what it was. I love it! When I bought my Herbstonne, I thought that's what it was going to be. I like it, too, but hope to find a golden glow.

I like your other blooms, too. All of your dahlias are awesome!

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