East Friesland Sage in the Secret Garden. There is a family of wrens in the bird house.
Ah, June. It’s a happy month in the garden. The temps this year have been mild and we’ve had enough rain. I’m getting ready for my big shindig next Saturday which means I’d better hurry up and get the last of the annuals planted. I have a flat of purple petunias to put in and a few red impatiens. And there is a dwarf sweet spire that I need to find a place for. I’ve ordered two more chairs for the sitting area in the Secret Garden. And, I’m in the process of getting estimates for a new fence that separates my yard from the park. And, of course, I am enjoying my new brick pathways. What a lucky gardener I am…
Many thanks to Carol at May Dreams Gardens for Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day.
Alchemilla and Blue Ice Amsonia in the Secret Garden
Entrance garden. That is Walker’s Low Nepeta in the foreground.
Daddy Long Legs on Wild Berry Hansa Rose
Looking east in the Secret Garden. The Kousa dogwood is in bloom. The huechera in in bloom under the dogwood.
Heuchera in the Secret Garden
Looking into the Secret Garden. Those are red begonias at the entrance.
White poppies are almost finished blooming
Berry White Nemesia in the corner nook.
Purple Smoke Baptisia in the False Garden
Walker’s Low Nepeta with a friend
Persian Star Allium. I didn’t plant this but found it in a well established day lily bed.
Old white climbing rose in the corner nook
Looking through the Kousa dogwood in the Secret Garden
Lisanthus in the corner nook
The northwest corner of the Secret Garden
Tradescantia in the corner nook
Wild Spice Hansa Rose in the Lower Garden
Cranesbill geranium with annual geraniums in the Lower Garden
Corner nook, old white climber and bleeding heart.