Many thanks go to MayDreamsGardens for the opportunity to share what is blooming in our gardens each month. Here is what is blooming in my gardens today.
The limelight hydrangea in the background is HUGE!! It got a hard prune last fall and that, plus our cool wet spring has urged it on.
H. Halcyon always stays tidy and keeps its blue.
I’m always grateful for annuals. Marigolds brighten up the little nook garden outside the sunroom.
There’s always a love/hate relationship between the rose of sharon and me. It’s lovely when it blooms and it’s a pain when it so vigorously self-seeds.
Perennial hibiscus in the Secret Garden.
Love the wild abandon of echinaceas. The white are Fragrant Angel. That’s white phlox in the middle right.
Tardiva is a wonderful draw for native pollinators.
The very last daylily of the season–Kathy Perkins.
H. June in the Secret Garden.
Pink anemone, a gift from a friend years ago.
That’s Limelight in the background. It got a hard prune last fall and it’s now taller and fuller than ever.
Blackberry Lily in the entrance garden.
More of the entrance garden. The Walker’s Low catmint got a big trim and it’s starting to send out new blooms. The rudbeckia gets to shine white the catmint catches its second wind.