Bloom Day, June 2010

Egads!  Lots of stuff is blooming and choosing just the right photos is difficult.  But here goes.

Bloom Day back gardens overview
Bloom Day Entrance Garden Overview

And now for the close ups, Mr. DeVille…

East nook at the side of the house. Petunias and Lavender
Just marigolds in front of cannas that have far to go
White Dawn Rose
Red Petunias, White Dome Hydrangeas, and a few Francis Williams Hostas in the Front Garden
Seboldiana hosta in the front garden under the magnolia
White Dome hedgerow in front yard
David Austin Falstaff in back yard rose medallion
David Austin Golden Celebration in back yard rose medallion
Julia Child rose in backyard rose medallion
Wild Spice hansa rose in medallion
Wildberry Breeze hansa rose in medallion
Unnamed geranium, White Dome Hydrangea, variegated caryopteris, threadleaf coreopsis
Old peony that may be as old as the house
Rose Campion, Zagreb Coreopsis, an East Friesland Slavia
Zagreb Coreopsis, East Friesland Salvia, and Cool Cat Catmint
Tiny Nancy Asiatic Lilies and red geraniums
Endless Summer Hydrangea and a Nikko Blue just starting to bloom
New Dawn Climbing Rose
Red Astilbe (unnamed), Various Coral Bells, wonderfully vanilla scented petunias, plus a couple of Great Expectations Hostas
Cannas and Hidcote Lavender
The last of the Cheddar Pinks
Red Carpet Rose
Mac and Cheese Echinacea
Royal Candles Veronica and Lady's Mantle, plus Jean Davis Lavender that is just starting to show it's delightful pink color
Tritoma
False Lupine against Purple Petunias

7 thoughts on “Bloom Day, June 2010

  1. Love the lilies and geraniums together! What a great way to tuck in some annuals and provide a stunning contrast of color. The petunias and lupine combo are beautiful as well.

  2. Everything looks so neat, and perfectly well behaved. Much better then the tree I bet.

    Thanks so much for dropping by, and leaving such a nice comment. And thanks for the fave.

    Jen

  3. How beautiful your garden looks, today. I especially like the overview of your back gardens and would love to stroll around them. Your David Austins are gorgeous! I just planted my first, a Lichfield Angel, and I hope it does as well as yours. Thank you for the tour. Pam

  4. I haven’t seen the White Dome hydrangea before. I really like it and the tiny lilies. You have some great foliage combos too with the hostas and heucheras.

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