Bloom Day, July 15, 2010

Moonbeam Coreopsis and Petunia

Canna and an Gladiola That Survives Every Winter

Petunias in Front of Caryopteris in Front of Annabelle Hydrangea

A Few Geranium Blooms in Front of Variegated Caryopteris

Ruby Stella Daylily in Front of Caryopteris

Rosey Returns Daylily in Front of Limelight Hydrangea

Old Rose of Sharon

Red Carpet Rose

Julia Child Rose

Kim's Knee High Echinacae with Catmint and Guara

Datura

Rhapsody in Blue Rose

Veronica Spicata Sunny Border Blue

(far left) Crystal Pinot, (left) Dark Red Daylily, (center) Lemon Daylily Left by Previous Owner, (bottom) Lavender Stardust, (far right) First Knight

Tardiva Hydrangea

Various Coreopsis, with Kim's Knee High and Fragrant Angel Coneflower, and Phlox Paniculata David in Back

Stokesia

Rose Campion, Zagreb Coreopsis, Salvia in Front of Liatris Spicata Floristan White

Barbara Mitchell Daylily

Prairie Blue Eyes Daylily

Mac and Cheese Coneflower

White Mandeville

Cannas and Hidcote Lavender

Abraham Darby David Austin Rose

Bumblebee and Honeybee on Fragrant Angel Coneflower

Callie the Calico

5 thoughts on “Bloom Day, July 15, 2010

  1. Lovely photos and that appears to be a very contented cat! Tardiva and many other plants don’t live up to that name… we’re close to three weeks early this year… Larry

  2. hi there, so glad you have a rosa abraham darby, one of the best roses and named after one of our best engineers, but the echinacea ‘kims knee high’ fascinates me, is that an american or local name? lovely photos!

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