July 12, 2013

There are many flowers in bloom in mid-June in our yard. They include Angel Wing Begonia, Snake Plant, Meyer Lemon, Giant Yellow Daylilies, White Echinacea, Threadleaf Coreopsis in sunbeam and moonbeam varieties, Saint John’s Wort, Sedum blooms, Dwarf Hosta, Giant Yucca, Red Magic Daylily, Purple Balloon flowers, Fuschia Ricartonii (perennial!!), Hens and Chicks, Creeping Sedums, Larkspur, Strawflowers, Geranium, Cleome, Celosia, Gaillardia Razzle Dazzle, Gazanias, and Pink Petunias, Purple Passion and Lobelia in Hanging Baskets on the front porch.


All of the hostas are in full bloom right now. Some of our favorites include the Island Charm Dwarf Hosta, Another dwarf hosta (that we don’t know the name of) with big white splashes, Blue Kross Regal which is at least 4 feet across, Bright Yellow, Small Yellow, Massive Blue Ridged, Sum and Substance, Small Round Blue and Narrow Leaf Dark Green. 


June 28, 2013

Late June brings in a lot of blooms. Here are photos of some of the lovely flowers growing in our yard at the moment. They include Geranium Splish Splash, Dwarf White Astilbe, Pink Astilbe, Deep Pink Asiatic Lilies, Shasta Daisies, White Coneflower Echinacea, Pale Orange Asiatic Lilies, Bright White Lilies, Korean Hydrangea, Pink and Blue Hydrangea, Nikko Blue Hydrangeas, Bright Red Asiatic Lilies, Evening Primrose, Creeping Sedum, Stella Doro Daylilies, Honeysuckle, Threadleaf Coreopsis, Stewartia, Hostas and Forget Me Nots.

June 19, 2013

Mid-June has many flowers blooming our garden. Some of the flowers include Asiatic Lilies, Stella Doro Dayilies, Shasta Daisies, Creeping Jenny, Hinoki Cyprus, Evening Primrose, Everlasting Sweet Pea, Lemon Yellow Coreopsis, Pink Dianthus, Dwarf Iris, Thyme, Lavender, Amelanchier (serviceberry tree), Dwarf Euonymous, Loyalist Hosta, Viburnum Kilimanjaro, Stiletto Dwarf Hosta, Brilliant Red Caladium, Geranium, Blueberries, Daffodils, Blue Hydrangea, Jackmanii Clematis, Houttuynia Cordata (chameleon plant), Plum Tomatoes, Rose Campion, and Brown Eyed Susans.

June 14, 2013

Many flowers are currently in bloom in our garden. Some of our favorites that are growing at the moment include Asiatic Lilies, Thyme, Strawberry Parfait Dianthus, Purple Coneflower, Lance Leaf Coreopsis, Clematis, Silvestri Anemone, Bleeding Hearts, Kiwi, Lettuce, Strawberries, and Knockout Rose. All the greenery is so beautiful, everything is so lush and lovely! 


June 10, 2013

Start of the deep summer blooms are beginning to show up. Some of the flowers growing are Bridal Veil Spiraea, Mock Orange Tree, Double Mock Orange Tree, Aztec Sunset Zinnia, White Snapdragon, Lavender, Hyacinth, Hosta, Volunteer Snapdragons, Crabapple Ruby Tears, Rose Campion blooms, Cannas, Gazania, Portulaca, Allysum, Lobelia, Geraniums, Rosemary, Tuberose Blubs, Ranunculus, and Kousa Dogwood.


May 31, 2013

A lot of bright colors are popping out with the start of the summer in our yard. Flowers blooming in our garden include Pink Peonies, Pale Purple Lilacs, Sweet William in hot pink, pale pink and white, Yellow Siberian Iris, Pink and Red Pyrethrum (painted daisies), Dark Red Oxalis, Strawberries, Red California Poppies, and Foxglove (digitalis). All the colors are so beautiful! 


May 24, 2013

Many flowers are in bloom, bringing many bright colors. The plants blooming in our garden are Pink Petunias, Blue Lobelia, Coleus, Lobelia, Kous aDogwood, Jade Red Weigela, Lily of the Valley, Pink Azaleas, Giant White Irises, Carnival Weigela, Dark Purple Columbines, Dwarf Sedums, Red Rhodoendrum, A field of Sweet William, Cannas, Pink Pyrethrum, White Lunaria, Snapdragon, Spiderwort, Pink Carnations, Bachelors Buttons, and Scotch Broom.


May 17, 2013

There are many flowers blooming in the garden. They include Euphorbia, Reticulated Iris, Sweet Woodruff, Jade Red Weigela, Purple Iris, Columbine, Wood Hyacinths, Josee Lilac, Sensation Lilac, Spiderwort, Pansies, Geum, Lily of the Valley, Blueberries, Light Green and Dark Green Moss, Violas, Rhododendron, Lumaria, Peony Buds, Woodland Hyacinth, Asparagus, Leatherleaf, Pink Azalea, Doublefile Viburnum tomentosum, and Ostrich Fern.