I missed Bloomin' Tuesday over at http://msgreenthumbjean.blogspot.com/ yesterday, can't remember when I've missed that! Drop by and tell her I said Hi.
I hope that Tootsie will link me up to her FF on Friday morning. Drop by her place and take a look at her beautiful yard in Canada. She is very creative and has an eye for detail http://tootsietime.blogspot.com/
Blurry Hosta bloom
Double Daylily with Hibiscus
Grandpa Ott's Morning Glory
Purple Coneflowers, Celosia and Morning Glory on the lattice
Tall Celosia will be saving seeds from this too...let me know if you are interested in any of them.
It has been faithful to return and self seed for a number of years now.
Carnations are beginning to open
more to come.
Althea with Dahlias in front. The Dahlias have been blooming for months now.
Agapanthus with white Cosmos
My daughter sent me some Loofa Vine Seeds from one of her clients in Daytona Beach, FL. They need a long growing season and strong support.
I do hope we get some Loofa sponges from it!
These Impatiens came back in this container from last year. I left in out all winter long.
The Impatiens planted this year are filling in quite nicely. The white just glows in the evening.
This is the first time I have participated in Gail's Wild Flower Wedenesday over at http://clayandlimestone.blogspot.com/ . I have been trying to learn from her and Frances over at http://fairegarden.wordpress.com/ about wild and or native plants. This is one that I have left alone this year. Previous years of pulling it may have added to the tendonitis in my elbows.
Any ideas to it's name?
The buttery color of the bloom looks very good with the blue/green foliage.
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I must confess that I am Thankful today that the surgery will soon be over even though I am a little nervous.,